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Brushless Servodrive
XVy-EV
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This manual is updated according to software version 4.40.
NOTE! Refer to the Drive programmation with MDPlc (inside the XVy
tools cd-rom) to use the drive with the Plc function in the
dedicated MDPlc development environment.
The identification number of the software version can be read
on the inverter nameplate or on the label on the FLASH
memories mounted on the regulation card.
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Tables of Contents
Safety Symbol Legend - Precautions de securit ........................................................... 8
Chapter 0 - Safety Precautions ........................................................................................ 9
Chapter 1 - Functions and General Features .................................................................. 15
1.1 Motors and Encoders ............................................................................................................... 17
1.1.1 Motors ..................................................................................................................................................... 17
Chapter 2 - Inspection Procedures, Components Identification and Standard
Specifications ................................................................................................ 18
2.1 Delivery Inspection Procedures ............................................................................................... 18
2.1.1 General .................................................................................................................................................... 18
2.1.2 Drive type designation ............................................................................................................................. 19
2.1.3 Nameplate ............................................................................................................................................... 20
2.2 Component identification ......................................................................................................... 21
2.3 Standard specifications ........................................................................................................... 23
2.3.1 Permissible environmental conditions .................................................................................................... 23
Disposal of the Device ...................................................................................................................................... 24
2.3.2 AC Input/Output Connection ..................................................................................................................... 24
2.3.3 Rated and overload currents .................................................................................................................... 26
I x T Algorithm................................................................................................................................................. 27
I2T Algorithm ................................................................................................................................................. 30
Chapter 3 - Installation Guidelines ................................................................................. 34
3.1 Mechanical Specification ........................................................................................................ 34
3.2 Watts Loss, Heat Dissipation, Internal Fans and Minimum Cabinet Opening Suggested for the
Cooling ................................................................................................................................... 38
3.2.1 Cooling Fans Power Supply...................................................................................................................... 39
3.3 Installation Mounting Clearance .............................................................................................. 40
Chapter 4 - Wiring Procedure ......................................................................................... 41
4.1 Accessing the Connectors (IP20 models) ................................................................................ 41
4.1.1 Removing the Covers ............................................................................................................................... 41
4.1.2. Wiring Suggestion .................................................................................................................................. 42
4.2 Power Section ......................................................................................................................... 43
4.2.1 Terminal Assignment on Power Section / Cable Cross-Section ............................................................... 43
4.3 Regulation Section ................................................................................................................... 46
4.3.1 R-XVy-EV Regulation Card ....................................................................................................................... 46
4.3.2 Terminal Assignments on Regulation Section ......................................................................................... 48
4.4 Feedback Devices .................................................................................................................... 51
4.4.1 XE Connector Assignments ..................................................................................................................... 52
4.4.2 XER Encoder Connector Assignments (for auxiliary encoders) ................................................................ 52
4.4.3 Feedback /Drive Connections .................................................................................................................. 53
4.3.3.1 Resolver Connections (RES) ............................................................................................................... 53
4.4.3.2 Sinusoidal Encoder SinCos Connections (SESC) ................................................................................. 53
4.4.3.3 Digital Encoder with Hall Effect Sensors Connections (DEHS) .............................................................. 54
4.4.3.4 Absolute Encoder Connections (SSi / EnDat /Hiperface protocols) ....................................................... 55
4.4.3.5 Encoder /Resolver Specifications (XE connector) ................................................................................ 55
4.4.3.6 Encoder Simulation / Repetition, Auxiliary Encoder Input (XER/EXP Connector) ................................... 56
4.4.4 Encoder Cable Length .............................................................................................................................. 57
4.4.5 Checking Encoder / Drive Connections .................................................................................................... 58
4.5 CANopen Connection............................................................................................................... 59
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4.6 Fast Link Connections .............................................................................................................. 60
4.6.1 Fast Link Data .......................................................................................................................................... 60
4.7 Serial Interface......................................................................................................................... 61
4.7.1 Serial Interface Description...................................................................................................................... 61
4.7.2 RS 485 Serial Interface Connector Description ........................................................................................ 62
4.8 Standard Connection Diagram ................................................................................................. 63
4.8.1 XVy-EV Connections ................................................................................................................................ 63
4.8.2 Parallel Connection on the AC (Input) and DC (Intermediate Circuit) Side of Several Drives ................... 65
4.9 Circuit Protection ..................................................................................................................... 66
4.9.1 External Fuses for the Power Section ...................................................................................................... 66
4.9.2 External Fuses for the Power Section DC Input Side ................................................................................ 67
4.9.3 Internal Fuses .......................................................................................................................................... 68
4.10 Chokes / Filters ...................................................................................................................... 68
4.10.1 AC Input Chokes .................................................................................................................................... 69
4.10.2 Output Chokes ........................................................................................................................................ 69
4.10.3 Interference Suppression Filters ............................................................................................................ 71
4.11 Braking Units .......................................................................................................................... 73
4.11.1 Internal Braking Unit .............................................................................................................................. 73
4.11.2 Internal and External Braking Resistors ................................................................................................. 74
4.11.3 Control of the External Braking Power .................................................................................................... 78
4.11.4 External Resistance Interaction with the System Parameters .............................................................. 78
4.11.5 Choice of the Thermal Relay for Brake Resistor ..................................................................................... 78
4.12 Buffering the Regulator Supply .............................................................................................. 80
4.13 Discharge Time of the DC-Link ............................................................................................... 82
Chapter 5 - Sizing Criteria ............................................................................................... 83
5.1 Motor Check ............................................................................................................................ 84
5.2 Check of the Drive Size ............................................................................................................ 85
5.3 Application Example: Flying Cut .............................................................................................. 86
Chapter 6 - Maintenance................................................................................................. 88
6.1 Care ......................................................................................................................................... 88
6.2 Service..................................................................................................................................... 88
6.3 Repairs ..................................................................................................................................... 88
6.4 Customer Service .................................................................................................................... 88
Chapter 7 - Settings and Commissioning ....................................................................... 89
7.1 PC Configurator ........................................................................................................................ 89
7.2 Commissioning......................................................................................................................... 89
7.2.1 Connection with the PC............................................................................................................................ 89
7.2.2 Essential Parameters Set up ................................................................................................................... 92
7.2.3 Speed Mode Configuration Example ......................................................................................................... 93
7.2.4 Position Mode Configuration Example ..................................................................................................... 94
7.2.5 Electrical Line Shaft Mode Configuration Example ................................................................................... 95
7.3 Download Firmware................................................................................................................. 96
7.4 Automatic Electric Phasing Procedure for Encoder/Resolver .................................................. 97
Chapter 8 - Keypad Operation ......................................................................................... 99
8.1 Keypad Description .................................................................................................................. 99
8.1.1 LED .......................................................................................................................................................... 99
8.1.2 Function Keys ........................................................................................................................................ 100
8.1.3 Display - Using keypad .......................................................................................................................... 101
8.2 Keypad operations ................................................................................................................. 102
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8.2.1 Errors ..................................................................................................................................................... 104
8.3 Alarms and Errors Handling ................................................................................................... 105
8.3.1 Alarms (Failure register) ....................................................................................................................... 105
8.3.2 Alarm description .................................................................................................................................. 106
8.4 Saving drive parameters on the keypad ................................................................................ 109
8.4.1 Configuring the drive using parameters saved on the keypad ................................................................ 109
Chapter 9 - Block Diagrams .......................................................................................... 111
Chapter 10 - Parameters and Functions ....................................................................... 115
10.1 Parameters menu ................................................................................................................. 115
10.2 Legend ................................................................................................................................. 117
10.3 Parameters Description and Functions ................................................................................. 118
MONITOR .......................................................................................................................................... 118
SAVE / LOAD PAR ............................................................................................................................. 119
DRIVE CONFIG ................................................................................................................................... 120
MOTOR DATA .................................................................................................................................... 123
ENCODER PARAM ............................................................................................................................. 123
RAMP ............................................................................................................................................... 127
SPEED ............................................................................................................................................... 128
SPD / POS GAIN ................................................................................................................................ 129
TORQUE ............................................................................................................................................. 130
CURRENT GAINS ............................................................................................................................... 132
FLUX ................................................................................................................................................. 132
DIGITAL INPUTS ................................................................................................................................ 132
DIGITAL OUTPUTS ............................................................................................................................. 140
ANALOG INPUTS .............................................................................................................................. 146
ANALOG OUTPUTS ........................................................................................................................... 148
ENC REPETITION ............................................................................................................................... 150
JOG FUNCTION.................................................................................................................................. 151
MULTISPEED ..................................................................................................................................... 151
MULTIRAMP ..................................................................................................................................... 153
SPEED DRAW ................................................................................................................................... 154
MOTOR POT ....................................................................................................................................... 155
BRAKE CONTROL ............................................................................................................................... 157
POWERLOSS ..................................................................................................................................... 157
POSITION .......................................................................................................................................... 159
EL LINE SHAFT .................................................................................................................................. 181
BRAKING RES .................................................................................................................................... 185
ALARMS ........................................................................................................................................... 185
FIELDBUS .......................................................................................................................................... 189
ENABLE KEYS .................................................................................................................................... 201
TUNING ............................................................................................................................................. 202
KEYPAD PSW .................................................................................................................................... 203
SERVICE ............................................................................................................................................ 204
Chapter 11 - Parameters Index..................................................................................... 210
IPA ............................................................................................................................................... 210
Chapter 12 - Motor Cables ............................................................................................ 221
Appendix - Field bus and serial interface ..................................................................... 233
1.0 Integrated CANopen Interface ............................................................................................. 233
1.1 CANopen Functions ............................................................................................................... 233
1.1.1 Pre-defined Master/Slave Connection ................................................................................................... 233
1.1.2 NMT Services (Network Management) ................................................................................................. 233
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1.1.3 Initialization............................................................................................................................................ 234
1.1.4 Communication Object .......................................................................................................................... 234
1.1.5 Object Dictionary Elements .................................................................................................................... 235
1.1.6 Rx PDO Entries ....................................................................................................................................... 235
1.1.7 Tx PDO Entries ....................................................................................................................................... 236
1.1.8 SDO Entries ............................................................................................................................................ 236
1.1.9 COB-ID SYNC Entries .............................................................................................................................. 236
1.1.10 COB-ID Emergency ............................................................................................................................... 237
1.2 CANopen Management ......................................................................................................... 237
1.3 Process Data Channel Control ............................................................................................... 238
1.3.1 PDC Input Configuration (FB XXX MS Parameter) .................................................................................. 239
1.3.2 PDC Output Configuration (FB XXX SM Parameter) ................................................................................ 240
1.3.3 Use of the PDC in MDPlc Applications .................................................................................................. 240
1.4 SDO Management ................................................................................................................. 240
1.5 Alarms ................................................................................................................................... 242
2.0 Modbus ................................................................................................................................ 243
2.1 Modbus Functions ................................................................................................................. 243
2.2 Error Management ................................................................................................................. 243
2.2.1 Exception codes ..................................................................................................................................... 243
2.3 System Configuration............................................................................................................. 244
2.4 Appendix - Register and Coil Modbus Tables ........................................................................ 244
2.5 Modbus example ................................................................................................................... 244
03 Read Output register : .............................................................................................................................. 244
06 Preset single register : ............................................................................................................................. 245
16 Preset multiple registers : ........................................................................................................................ 246
3.0 DeviceNet Interface (XVy-DN) ............................................................................................ 247
3.1 DeviceNet General Description .............................................................................................. 247
3.2 Connection ............................................................................................................................. 247
3.3 Leds ....................................................................................................................................... 247
3.4 Interface ................................................................................................................................. 248
3.5 DeviceNet Function ............................................................................................................... 248
3.6 Object description .................................................................................................................. 248
3.6.1 Object Model .......................................................................................................................................... 249
3.6.2 How Objects Affect Behavior ................................................................................................................. 249
3.6.3 Defining Object Interface ........................................................................................................................ 249
3.7 Data transfert via Explicit Messaging .................................................................................... 250
3.7.1 Drive Parameter Access ........................................................................................................................ 250
3.7.1.1 Class Code ........................................................................................................................................ 250
3.7.1.2 Class attributes ................................................................................................................................. 250
3.7.1.3 Instance Attributes ............................................................................................................................ 250
3.7.1.4 Common Services ............................................................................................................................. 250
3.7.1.5 Object Specific Services ................................................................................................................... 250
3.7.1.6 Behavior ........................................................................................................................................... 250
3.7.2 Drive Parameter Access ........................................................................................................................ 251
3.7.2.1 Class Code ........................................................................................................................................ 251
3.7.2.2 Class attributes ................................................................................................................................. 251
3.7.2.3 Instance Attributes ............................................................................................................................ 251
3.7.2.4 Common Services ............................................................................................................................. 251
3.7.2.5 Object Specific Services ................................................................................................................... 252
3.7.2.6 Behavior ........................................................................................................................................... 252
3.8 Polling Function ..................................................................................................................... 256
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3.9 XVy-DN Interface configuration ............................................................................................. 256
3.9.1 Fieldbus Menu ....................................................................................................................................... 256
3.9.2 Error Codes ............................................................................................................................................ 256
3.10 Alarms ................................................................................................................................. 257
3.10.1 XVy-DN Alarms .................................................................................................................................... 257
3.10.2 Drive alarm handling ............................................................................................................................ 257
3.10.3 Alarm reset .......................................................................................................................................... 257
3.11 Process Data Channel Control ............................................................................................. 257
3.11.1 PDC Input Configuration (SYS_FB_XXX_MS parameter) ..................................................................... 258
3.11.2 PDC Output Configuration (SYS_FB_XXX_SM Parameter) .................................................................. 258
3.11.3 Configuration of the Virtual Digital I/Os ............................................................................................... 258
3.11.4 Use of the PDC in MDPlc Applications ................................................................................................. 258
4.0 Fieldbus : Parameter List and Conversion .............................................................. 259
Key ............................................................................................................................................... 259
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Safety Symbol Legend - Precautions de securit
Indicates a procedure, condition, or statement that, if not strictly
observed, could result in personal injury or death.
Indique le mode d'utilisation, la procdure et la condition
d'exploitation. Si ces consignes ne sont pas strictement respectes, il
y a des risques de blessures corporelles ou de mort.
Indicates a procedure, condition, or statement that, if not
strictly observed, could result in damage to or destruction of
equipment.
Indique et le mode d'utilisation, la procdure et la condition
d'exploitation. Si ces consignes ne sont pas strictement respectes, il
y a des risques de dtrioration ou de destruction des appareils
Indicates a procedure, condition, or statement that should be
be strictly followed in order to optimize these applications.
Indique le mode d'utilisation, la procdure et la condition d'exploitation.
Ces consignes doivent tre rigoureusement respectes pour optimiser
ces applications..
NOTE! Indicates an essential or important procedure, condition, or
statement.
Indique un mode d'utilisation, de procdure et de condition d'exploitation
essentiels ou importants
Warning
Caution
Attention
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 0 Safety 9
Chapter 0 - Safety Precautions
According to the EEC standards the SIEIDrive - XVy-EV and ac-
cessories must be used only after checking that the machine
has been produced using those safety devices required by the
89/392/EEC set of rules, as far as the machine industry is
concerned. These standards do not apply in the Americas, but
may need to be considered in equipment being shipped to Europe.
Drive systems cause mechanical motion. It is the responsibility
of the user to insure that any such motion does not result in an
unsafe condition. Factory provided interlocks and operating limits
should not be bypassed or modified.
Selon les normes EEC, les drives SIEIDrive - XVy-EV et leurs
accessoires doivent tre employs seulement aprs avoir verifi que
la machine ait t produit avec les mme dispositifs de scurit
demands par la rglementation 89/392/EEC concernant le secteur
de lindustrie.
Les systmes provoquent des mouvements mcaniques. Lutilisateur
est responsable de la scurit concernant les mouvements
mcaniques. Les dispositifs de scurit prvues par lusine et les
limitations operationelles ne doivent tre dpasss ou modifis.
Electrical Shock and Burn Hazard:
When using instruments such as oscilloscopes to work on live
equipment, the oscilloscopes chassis should be grounded and
a differential amplifier input should be used. Care should be
used in the selection of probes and leads and in the adjustment
of the oscilloscope so that accurate readings may be made. See
instrument manufacturers instruction book for proper operation
and adjustments to the instrument.
Dcharge lectrique et Risque de Brlure :
Lors de lutilisation dinstruments (par example oscilloscope) sur des
systmes en marche, le chassis de loscilloscope doit tre reli la
terre et un amplificateur diffrentiel devrait tre utilis en entre.
Les sondes et conducteurs doivent tre choissis avec soin pour
effectuer les meilleures mesures laide dun oscilloscope. Voir le
manuel dinstruction pour une utilisation correcte des instruments.
Fire and Explosion Hazard:
Fires or explosions might result from mounting Drives in hazard-
ous areas such as locations where flammable or combustible
vapors or dusts are present. Drives should be installed away from
hazardous areas, even if used with motors suitable for use in these
locations.
Risque dincendies et dexplosions:
Lutilisation des drives dans des znes risques (prsence de vapeurs
ou de poussires inflammables), peut provoquer des incendies ou des
explosions. Les drives doivent tre installs loin des znes
dangeureuses, et quips de moteurs appropris.
Warning
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Strain Hazard:
Improper lifting practices can cause serious or fatal injury. Lift
only with adequate equipment and trained personnel.
Attention llvation:
Une lvation inapproprie peut causer des dommages srieux ou
fatals. Il doit tre lev seulement avec des moyens appropris et par
du personnel qualifi.
Drives and motors must be ground connected according to the
NEC.
Tous les moteurs et les drives doivent tre mis la terre selon le Code
Electrique National ou quivalent.
Replace all covers before applying power to the Drive. Failure to
do so may result in death or serious injury.
Remettre tous les capots avant de mettre sous tension le drive. Des
erreurs peuvent provoquer de srieux accidents ou mme la mort.
Adjustable frequency drives are electrical apparatus for use in in-
dustrial installations. Parts of the Drives are energized during op-
eration. The electrical installation and the opening of the device
should therefore only be carried out by qualified personnel. Im-
proper installation of motors or Drives may therefore cause the
failure of the device as well as serious injury to persons or mate-
rial damage.
Drive is not equipped with motor overspeed protection logic other
than that controlled by software. Follow the instructions given in this
manual and observe the local and national safety regulations applicable.
Les drives frquence variable sont des dispositifs lectriques utiliss
dans des installations industriels. Une partie des drives sont sous ten-
sion pendant loperation. Linstallation lectrique et louverture des
drives devrait tre execut uniquement par du personel qualifi. De
mauvaises installations de moteurs ou de drives peuvent provoquer
des dommages materiels ou blesser des personnes.On doit suivir les
instructions donnes dans ce manuel et observer les rgles nationales
de scurit.
Always connect the Drive to the protective ground (PE) via the
marked connection terminals (PE2) and the housing (PE1).
Brushless Drives and AC Input filters have ground discharge
currents greater than 3.5 mA. EN 50178 specifies that with
discharge currents greater than 3.5 mA the protective conductor
ground connection (PE1) must be fixed type and doubled for
redundancy.
Il faut toujours connecter le variateur la terre (PE) par les des bornes
(PE2) et le chssis (PE1). Le courant de dispersion vers la terre est
suprieur 3,5 mA sur les variateurs Brushless et sur les filtres
courant altern (CA). Les normes EN 50178 spcifient qu'en cas de
courant de dispersion vers la terre, suprieur 3,5 ma, la mise la
terre (PE1) doit avoir une double connexion pour la redondance.
Warning
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The drive may cause accidental motion in the event of a failure,
even if it is disabled, unless it has been disconnected from the
AC input feeder.
En cas de panne, le variateur peut causer une mise en marche
accidentelle, mme s'il est dsactiv, sauf s'il a t dbranch de
l'alimentateur courant altern.
Never open the device or covers while the AC Input power supply
is switched on. Minimum time to wait before working on the ter-
minals or inside the device is listed in section 4.10 on Instruction
manual .
Ne jamais ouvrir lappareil lorsquil est suns tension. Le temps mini-
mum dattente avant de pouvoir travailler sur les bornes ou bien
lintrieur de lappareil est indiqu dans la section 4.10.
If the front plate has to be removed because of ambient
temperature higher than 40 degrees, the user has to ensure that
no occasional contact with live parts may occur.
Si la plaque frontale doit tre enleve pour un fonctionnement avec la
temprature de lenvironnement plus haute que 40C, lutilisateur doit
sassurer, par des moyens opportuns, quaucun contact occasionnel
ne puisse arriver avec les parties sous tension.
Do not connect power supply voltage that exceeds the standard
specification voltage fluctuation permissible. If excessive voltage
is applied to the Drive, damage to the internal components will
result.
Ne pas raccorder de tension dalimentation dpassant la fluctuation
de tension permise par les normes. Dans le cas d une alimentation en
tensi on excessi ve, des composants i nternes peuvent tre
endommags.
Power supply and grounding
In case of a three phase supply not symmetrical to ground, an
insulation loss of one of the devices connected to the same
network can cause functional problem to the drive, if the use
of a wye / delta transformer is avoided.
1 Gefran drives are designed to be powered from standard three
phase lines that are electrically symmetrical with respect to
ground (TN or TT network).
2 In case of supply with IT network, the use of wye/delta
transformer is mandatory, with a secondary three phase wiring
referred to ground.
Please refer to the following connection sample.
Do not operate the Drive without the ground wire connected. The
motor chassis should be grounded to earth through a ground lead
separate from all other equipment ground leads to prevent noise cou-
pling.
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Ne pas faire fonctionner le drive sans prise de terre. Le chassis du moteur
doit tre mis la terre laide dun connecteur de terre separ des
autres pour viter le couplage des perturbations. Le connecteur de terre
devrait tre dimensionn selon la norme NEC ou le Canadian Electrical
code.
The grounding connector shall be sized in accordance with the
NEC or Canadian Electrical Code. The connection shall be made
by a UL listed or CSA certified closed-loop terminal connector
sized for the wire gauge involved. The connector is to be fixed
using the crimp tool specified by the connector manufacturer.
Le raccordement devrait tre fait par un connecteur certifi et mentionn
boucle ferm par les normes CSA et UL et dimensionn pour
lpaisseur du cable correspondant. Le connecteur doit tre fix a laide
dun instrument de serrage specifi par le producteur du connecteur.
Do not perform a megger test between the Drive terminals or on
the control circuit terminals.
Ne pas excuter un test megger entre les bornes du drive ou entre les
bornes du circuit de contrle.
Because the ambient temperature greatly affects Drive life and
reliability, do not install the Drive in any location that exceeds the
allowable temperature. Leave the ventilation cover attached for
temperatures of 104 F (40 C) or below.
tant donn que la temprature ambiante influe sur la vie et la fiabilit
du drive, on ne devrait pas installer le drive dans des places ou la
temperature permise est dpasse. Laisser le capot de ventilation en
place pour tempratures de 104F (40C) ou infrieures.
If the Drives Fault Alarm is activated, consult the TROUBLE-
SHOOTING section of this instruction book, and after correcting
the problem, resume operation. Do not reset the alarm automati-
cally by external sequence, etc.
Caution
Safety
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Si la Fault Alarm du drive est active, consulter la section du manuel concernant
les dfauts et aprs avoir corrig lerreur, reprendre lopration. Ne pas
riniliatiser lalarme automatiquement par une squence externe, etc
Be sure to remove the desicant dryer packet(s) when unpacking
the Drive. (If not removed these packets may become lodged in
the fan or air passages and cause the Drive to overheat).
Lors du dballage du drive, retirer le sachet dshydrat. (Si celui-ci
nest pas retir, il empche la ventilation et provoque une surchauffe du
drive).
The Drive must be mounted on a wall that is constructed of heat
resistant material. While the Drive is operating, the temperature
of the Drive's cooling fins can rise to a temperature of 194 F
(90C).
Le drive doit tre mont sur un mur construit avec des matriaux
rsistants la chaleur. Pendant le fonctionnement du drive, la
temprature des ailettes du dissipateur thermique peut arriver 194F
(90).
Do not touch or damage any components when handling the
device. The changing of the isolation gaps or the removing of the
isolation and covers is not permissible.
Manipuler lappareil de faon ne pas toucher ou endommager des
parties. Il nest pas permis de changer les distances disolement ou
bien denlever des matriaux isolants ou des capots.
Protect the device from impermissible environmental conditions
(temperature, humidity, shock etc.)
Protger lappareil contre des effets extrieurs non permis
(temprature, humidit, chocs etc.).
No voltage should be connected to the output of the drive (terminals
U2, V2 W2). The parallel connection of several drives via the outputs
and the direct connection of the inputs and outputs (bypass) are not
permissible.
Aucune tension ne doit tre applique sur la sortie du convertisseur
(bornes U2, V2 et W2). Il nest pas permis de raccorder la sortie de
plusieurs convertisseurs en parallle, ni deffectuer une connexion
directe de lentre avec la sortie du convertisseur (Bypass).
A capacitative load (e.g. Var compensation capacitors) should not
be connected to the output of the drive (terminals U2, V2, W2).
Aucune charge capacitive ne doit tre connecte la sortie du convertisseur
(bornes U2, V2 et W2) (par exemple des condensateurs de mise en phase).
Caution
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The electrical commissioning should only be carried out by quali-
fied personnel, who are also responsible for the provision of a
suitable ground connection and a protected power supply feeder
in accordance with the local and national regulations. The motor
must be protected against overloads.
La mise en service lectrique doit tre effectue par un personnel qualifi.
Ce dernier est responsable de lexistence dune connexion de terre
adquate et dune protection des cbles dalimentation selon les pre-
scriptions locales et nationales. Le moteur doit tre protg contre la
surcharge
No dielectric tests should be carried out on parts of the drive. A
suitable measuring instrument (internal resistance of at least 10
kO OO OO/ // //V) should be used for measuring the signal voltages.
Il ne faut pas xcuter de tests de rigidit dilectrique sur des parties du
convertisseurs. Pour mesurer les tensions, des signaux, il faut utiliser
des instruments de mesure appropris (rsistance interne minimale 10
kO/V).
NOTE! If the Drives have been stored for longer than two years, the operation
of the DC link capacitors may be impaired and must be reformed.
Before commissioning devices that have been stored for long periods,
connect them to a power supply for two hours with no load connected
in order to regenerate the capacitors, (the input voltage has to be
applied without enabling the drive).
En cas de stockage des variateurs pendant plus de trois ans, il est
conseill de contrler l'tat des condensateurs CC avant d'en effectuer
le branchement. Avant la mise en service des appareils, ayant t
stocks pendant longtemps, il faut alimenter variateurs vide pendant
deux heures, pour rgnrer les condensateurs : appliquer une tension
d'alimentation sans actionner le variateur .
NOTE! The terms Inverter, Controller and Drive are sometimes used
interchangably throughout the industry. We will use the term Drive in
this document.
Les mots Inverter, Controller et Drive sont interchangeables dans
le domaine industriel. Nous utiliserons dans ce manuel seulement le
mot Drive.
Caution
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 1 Functions and General Features 15
Chapter 1 - Functions and General Features
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV represents a new concept in motion control technol-
ogy; this very fast servodrive based on the DSP (digital signal processor)
VECON
TM
is aimed at providing real-time control of servosystems and it is
integrated with versatile and innovative power hardware.
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV is an IGBT servodrive particularly suitable for high
bandwidth applications with brushless servomotors. Thanks to the
innovative software installed on the flash eprom, it can be considered
as a combination of a digital drive and a PLC using a special software
tool called GF-eXpress.
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV features full-digital regulation with a 16KHz cycle, a
5KHz current loop bandwidth, a position loop with zero tracking failure,
an analog interface, some dedicated digital interface and I/O expansion.
The drive position loop, (PI type) is based on two symmetrical register
circuits, which store the desired and the actual information. The PID
speed loop (a position loop derivative) and the PID2 acceleration control
(a second position loop derivative) are added to increase the accuracy
of the controlled axes, both in a feedback and in a feedforward condition.
The drive has the following features:
Torque control
Speed control
Position control
Electrical line shaft
PID function.
Brake control.
Flux reduction.
Motor-driven potentiometer
Sequential position control (multi-position controller)
Power interrupt management
Linear motor control
Plc functions with MDPlc dedicated software environment; stand-
ard languages according to IEC 61131
GF-eXpress Windows configurator via Slink3 protocol
1 configurable main encoder / resolver input
1 configurable auxiliary encoder input / encoder repetition / simula-
tion output
2 analog differential inputs (11 bits + sign)
2 analog outputs (11 bits + sign)
7 programmable digital inputs
6 programmable digital outputs
1 digital relay output 1A 250V
RS485 asynchronous opto-isolated multi-drop serial port
2 fast synchronous serial ports for a master-slave communications
between drives (Fast Link connectors)
Fiber optical communication adapters
16 Chapter 1 Functions and General Features SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
Standard Fieldbus communication: CANopen and Modbus
IP20 (NEMA 1) protection, book case, removable connectors, serial
encoder interface brought out via 1/2 D-sub connectors, ground con-
nection screws for shielded cables mounted on board.
Options (Maximum one expansion card per drive)
ENC-ADPT card. Encoder connection adapter.
Terminals 1 to 15 with point-to-point connection to the VGA-type
connector.
EXP-ABS-EV card. Expansion card for absolute encoder with SSI /
EnDat (2) and Hyperface (3) protocols.
EXP-FO card. Expansion card for a digital encoder output + 5V.
EXP-E card. Expansion card for a digital encoder output + 5V +15V /
+24V
EXP-D8R4 card. Expansion card for digital I/Os, 8 inputs + 4 outputs.
EXP-D8-120 card. Expansion card for digital I/Os: 12 digital inputs, opto-
isolated, 120V, 8 digital outputs, opto-isolated, 1530V.
EXP-D14-A4F card. Expansion card for digital I/Os, 8 inputs + 6 outputs,
2 analogue inputs 10V or 020mA or 420mA, 2 analogue outputs
10V, 1 input in opto-isolated frequency for encoder, channels: A/A-,
with +5V or 15..24V, 150kHz max; B/B-, with +5V or 15..24V, 150kHz
max; 0/0-, with +5V or 15..24V, 150kHz max; zero reset input (C/C-)
with 15...30V. (1) .
EXP-D16 card. Expansion card for digital I/Os: 8 digital outputs, opto-
isolated, 1530V, 8 digital inputs, opto-isolated, 1530V.
EXP-D20-A6 card. Expansion card for digital I/Os: 12 digital inputs, opto-
isolated, 1530V, 8 digital outputs, opto-isolated, 1530V, 2 analogue
inputs, 10V / 020mA, 2 analogue outputs, 10V, 2 analogue outputs,
020mA.
EXP-F2E card. Expansion card for an opto-isolated encoder input, able
to provide the repeat of the encoder data.
Channels: A/A-, with +5V or 15..24V, 150kHz max; B/B-, with +5V or
15..24V, 150kHz max; C/C-, with +5V or 15..24V, 150kHz max; zero
reset input (QC+ / QC- denied) with 15...30V (1)
EXP-FI card. Opto-isolated encoder input expansion card. Channels:
A/A-, with +5V or 15..24V, 150kHz max; B/B-, with +5V or 15..24V,
150kHz max; 0/0-, with +5V or 15..24V, 150kHz max; zero reset input
(C/C-) with 15...30V. (1) .
EXP-FIO card. Expansion card for an opto-isolated encoder input, able
to provide the repeat of the encoder data. Channels: A/A-, with +5V or
15..24V, 150kHz max; B/B-, with +5V or 15..24V, 150kHz max; 0/0-,
with +5V or 15..24V, 150kHz max. (1) .
EXP-FIH card. Opto-isolated encoder input expansion card. Channels:
A/A-, with 15..24V, 150kHz max; B/B-, with 15..24V, 150kHz max. (1) .
NOTE!
(1) If a supplementary type digital encoder is used (A, Anot, B, Bnot), the encoder
missing signal is available.
(2) Single/multi-turn encoders are managed, with/without incremental tracks and limited
number of bits.
(3) Only single-turn encoders with incremental tracks are managed
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 1 Functions and General Features 17
1.1 Motors and Encoders
The SIEIDrive - XVy-EV drives are designed for the field oriented
regulation of brushless servomotors. A sinusoidal - digital - absolute
encoder or resolver can be used to feedback a signal to the position /
speed regulator (see chapter 4.4. for more details).
1.1.1 Motors
What motor data is required for connecting the drive?
Nameplate specifications
- Motor rated voltage
- Motor rated current
- Number of poles
- Motor rated speed
- Motor thermal protection type
Motor protection
Temperature-dependent contacts in the motor winding
Temperature-dependent contacts "Klixon" type can be connected directly
to the drive via PIN2 and PIN 7 of the XE connectors. Klixon type of
sensors must be selected in the MOTOR DATA menu, IPA 20004 = [1] NC
Contact.
Thermistors
PTC thermistors according to DIN 44081 or 44082 fitted in the motor can
be connected directly to the drive via PIN 2 and PIN 7 of the XE connector.
PTC type of sensor must be selected in the MOTOR DATA menu , IPA
20004 = [0] PTC.
NOTE! The motor PTC interface circuit (or Klixon) has to be considered as
treated as signal circuit. The connection cables to the motor PTC must
be made of twisted pair shielded cable; the cable route should not be
parallel to motor cables or it must be separated by at least 20 cm.
18 Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
Chapter 2 - Inspection Procedures, Components
Identification and Standard Specifications
2.1 Delivery Inspection Procedures
2.1.1 General
A high degree of care is taken in packing the SIEIDrive - XVy-EV drives
and preparing them for delivery. They should only be transported with
suitable transport equipment (see weight data). Observe the instruc-
tions printed on the packaging. This also applies when the device is
unpacked and installed in the control cabinet.
Upon delivery, check the following:
the packaging for any external damage
whether the delivery note matches your order.
Open the packaging with suitable tools. Check whether:
any parts were damaged during transport
the device type corresponds to your order
In the event of any damage or of an incomplete or incorrect delivery
please notify the responsible sales offices immediately.
The devices should only be stored in dry rooms within the specified
temperature ranges .
NOTE! A certain degree of moisture condensation is permissible if this arises
from changes in temperature (see section 2.3.1, Permissible Environ-
mental Conditions). This does not, however, apply when the devices
are in operation. Always ensure that there is no moisture condensation
in devices that are connected to the power supply!
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification 19
2.1.2 Drive type designation
The main technical characteristic of the drive are showed in the product
code and in the nameplate. I.e. product code:
Standard sizes
XVy-EV X XX XX-XXX
Drive Series XVy Evolution
Enclosure dimension identification
Rated current (A rms)
Maximum output current (A rms, see table 2.3.3.1)
K=Keypad, X=without keypad
B=Internal Brake Unit, X= without brake unit
Software version
Example: XVy-EV10306-KBX
Drive type XVy-EV, size 1, rated current 3 A rms, max output current 6 A rms, with keypad, internal braking unit,
standard software.
Compact sizes (C/CP)
XVy-EV X XXX XXX-X-XXX
Drive Series XVy Evolution
Enclosure dimension identification
Rated current (A rms)
Maximum output current (A rms, see table 2.3.3.1)
C/CP=compact version
K=Keypad, X=without keypad
B=Internal Brake Unit, X= without brake unit
Software version
Example: XVy-EV9470650-C-KBX-IP00
Drive type XVy-EV, size 9, rated current 470 A rms, max output current 650 A rms, with keypad,
internal braking unit, standard software, IP00 open housing.
Special version
XVy-EV X XX XX-XXX-EWHR
Drive Series XVy Evolution
Enclosure dimension identification
Rated current (A rms)
Maximum output current (A rms, see table 2.3.3.1)
K=Keypad, X=without keypad
B=Internal Brake Unit, X= without brake unit
Software version
Special version Water Cooled, High Temperature
R=With Internal Brake Resistor
Example: XVy-EV455110-KBX-EWH
Drive type XVy-EV, size 4, rated current 39 A rms, max output current 68 A rms, with keypad, internal braking
unit, standard software, water cooled.
20 Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
2.1.3 Nameplate
Check that all the data stated in the nameplate enclosed to the drive corre-
spond to what has been ordered.
Figure 2.1.3.1: Identification nameplate
Type: XVy-EV10306-KBX ACservo S/N 02006233
Inp: 230-480Vac (Fctry Set=400) 50/60Hz 3Ph
2.9A@230Vac 2.9A@480Vac With line choke
Out : 0-480Vac 0-450Hz 3Ph 1.5kW@480Vac 2Hp@480Vac
3A@230VCont. Serv. 2.6A@480V
LISTED
INDUSTRIAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT
L L
Type: Drive model
S/N: Serial number
Main Power In: Power supply voltage, AC Input current, Frequency
Main Power Out: Output voltage, Output current, Output frequency
Figure 2.1.3.2: Firmware & Card revision level nameplate
Firmware HWrelease S/N 02006233 Prod.
Release D F P R S BU SW. CFG CONF
4.000 0.A 0.A 0.A 4.000 A1
Figure 2.1.3.3: Nameplates position
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification 21
2.2 Component identification
An SIEIDrive - XVy-EV converts the constant voltage and frequency of a
three-phase power supply into a direct voltage and then converts this
direct voltage into a new three-phase power supply with a variable voltage
and frequency. This variable three-phase power supply can be used for
infinitely variable adjustment of the speed of brushless servomotors.
In the XVy-EV ...-DC versions the rectifier bridge is not included: the
drives are powered by DC on the intermediate circuit.
Figure 2.2.1: Basic Setup of drive
1 AC Input supply voltage (*)
2 AC Mains choke (*)
See section 4.7.1
3 Three-phase rectifier bridge (*)
Converts the alternating current into direct current using a three
phase full wave bridge.
4 DC intermediate circuit
With charging resistor and smoothing capacitor.
Direct voltage (U
DC
) = 2 x Mains voltage (U
LN
)
In the XVy-EV ...-DC versions the DC voltage = 600 Vdc.
For speed and position feedback (see section 3.4.2).
5 IGBT inverter
Converts direct voltage to a variable three-phase alternating voltage
with variable frequency.
6 Configurable control section
Modules for open-loop and closed-loop control of the power section.
This is used for processing control commands, reference values
and actual values.
7 Output voltage
Three-phase, variable alternating voltage.
8 Feedback
For speed feedback (see section 3.4.2).
(*) not included in the XVy-EV ...-DC versions.
22 Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
Figure 2.2.2: Drive view & components
1. Piana M5
2. Grover M5
3. Fairlead
4. Flamboyanted screw
5. Screw
6...9. Flamboyanted screw
10. Button
11. Cooling fun for type 3-6 and
higher
12. Cooling fan IGBT Bridge
13. NTC thermal sensor
14. Bracket
15. Top cover
16. Cover
17. Fan support
18. Plug
19. Fan support
20. Cable entry plate
21. Resistor square
22. Dissipator
23. Hexagonal bar
24. RXVy Regulation card
25. PV33 Power card
26. IGBT Bridge
27. Internal brake resistor
6 Ref.
4 Q.ty
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification 23
2.3 Standard specifications
2.3.1 Permissible environmental conditions
ENVIRONMENT
T
A
Ambient temperature [C] __ 0 +40; +40 ... +50 with derating
T
A
Ambient temperature [F] ___ 32 +104; +104 ... +122 with derating Installation location
(*) T
A
Ambient temperature [C] 0 +60 with derating
(*) T
A
Ambient temperature [F] 32 +140 with derating Installation location
(*)Max input water temperature [C] ___ 30
(*)Max input water temperature [F] ___ 86
(*) Nominal Flow [L/min] _____ 8
(*) Nominal Flow [Gal/min] ___ 2,11
Installation location _________ Pollution degree 2 or better (free from direct sunlight, vibra-
tion, dust, corrosive or inflammable gases, fog, vapour oil
and dripped water, avoid saline environment)
Degree of protection _________ IP20 (NEMA 1), IP00 (XVy-EV....-IP00 models)
IP54 (NEMA 12) for the cabinet with externally mounted
heatsink (size type XVy-EV 10306-... to XVy-EV 32550-...)
Installation altitude __________ Max 2000 m (6562 feet) above sea level; Above 1000 m
(3281 feet) a current reduction of 1.2% for every 100 m (328
feet) of additional height applies.
Temperature:
operation
1)
_________________________ 040C (32104F)
operation
2)
________________________ 050C (32122F)
storage _________________ -25+55C (-13+131F), class 1K4 per EN50178
-20+55C (-4+131F), for devices with keypad
transport ________________ -25+70C (-13+158F), class 2K3 per EN50178
-20+60C (-4+140F), for devices with keypad
Air humidity:
operation _______________ 5 % to 85 %, 1 g/m
3
to 25 g/m
3
without moisture condensation
or icing (Class 3K3 as per EN50178
storage _________________ 5% to 95 %, 1 g/m
3
to 29 g/m
3
(Class 1K3 as per EN50178)
transport ________________ 95 %
3)
, 60 g/m
3

4)
Air pressure:
operation _______________ [kPa] 86 to 106 (class 3K3 as per EN50178)
storage _________________ [kPa] 86 to 106 (class 1K4 as per EN50178)
transport ________________ [kPa] 70 to 106 (class 2K3 as per EN50178)
STANDARD
Climatic conditions __________ IEC 68-2 Part 2 and 3
Clearance and creepage ______ EN 50178, UL508C, UL840 degree of pollution 2
Vibration __________________ IEC68-2 Part 6
Interference immunity ________ IEC801 Part 2,3 and 4
EMC compatibility ___________ EN61800-3 (see EMC Guidelines instruction book)
Approvals __________________ CE, UL, cUL
1) Environment Temp parameter, IPA 20051 = 40C (104)
Ambient temp = 0 ... 40C (32...104F)
Over 40C: - 2% reduction of the output rated current for each exceeding C.
- remove front plate (better than class 3K3 as per EN50178)
2) Environment Temp parameter, IPA 20051 = 50C (122F)
Ambient temp = 0 ... 50C (32...122F)
Current reduction to 80% of the output rated current
Over 40C (104): removal of the top cover (better than class 3K3 as per EN50178)
3) Greatest relative air humidity occurs with the temperature @ 40C (104F) or if the temperature of the
device is brought suddenly from -25 ...+30C (-13...+86F).
4) Greatest absolute air humidity if the device is brought suddenly from 70...15C (158...59F).
(*) XVy-EV ... -EWHR
24 Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
Disposal of the Device
The drive can be disposed as electronic scrap in accordance with the
currently valid national regulations for the disposal of electronic parts.
The plastic covers of the Drives (up to size XVy-EV 32550-...) are
recyclable: the material used is >ABS+PC< .
2.3.2 AC Input/Output Connection
The drive must be connected to an AC mains supply capable of delivering
a symmetrical short circuit current (at 480V +10% Vmax) lower or equal
to the values indicated on following table. For the use of an AC input
choke see chapter 4.7.1.
No external connection of the regulator power supply to the existing AC
Input supply is required since the power supply is taken from the DC
Link circuit. When commissioning, set the Mains voltage parameter to
the value of the AC Input voltage concerned. This automatically sets the
threshold for the Undervoltage alarm at the appropriate level. All drives
are capable of operation at 480 Vac, therefore cannot be damaged by
connection to lower voltages down to 208Vac. After connection, simply
select in the menu the proper line voltage under Drive Config
NOTE! In some cases AC Input chokes, and possibly noise suppression filters
should be fitted on the AC Input side of the device. See chapter Chokes/
Filters.
Adjustable Frequency Drives and AC Input filters have ground discharge
currents greater then 3.5 mA. EN 50178 specifies that with discharge
currents greater than 3.5 mA the protective conductor ground connec-
tion (PE1) must be fixed type.
XVy-EV ...-DC versions
In this version, the drive must be powered by a rectified DC supply of
600 Vdc.
The use of Gefran SM32 series power supplies is recommended for
this, available with an output current from 185 to 2000A.
From size XVy-EV 43366, insertion of an AC mains inductance on the
power supply input of the power supply unit is compulsory (for the type of
inductance, consult the manual of the power supply unit), see figure 4.8.1.2.
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification 25
Table 2.3.2.1: Input / Output Specifications
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4 4 5 9 0
4 5 5 1 1 0
4 5 5 1 1 0
E W H / E W H R
5 7 0 1 4 0
5 7 0 1 4 0
E W H / E W H R
5 1 0 0 1 8 0
5 1 0 0 1 8 0
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6 1 2 5 2 3 0
6 1 2 5 2 3 0
E W H / E W H R
7 1 4 5 2 9 0
7 1 9 0 3 5 0
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(1) for DC versions: rectified voltage supply up to 700 V
DC
); (2) 550A
DC
@ 600V
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for XVy-EV ...-DC version;
(3) 650A
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@ 600V
DC
for XVy-EV ...-DC version
26 Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
2.3.3 Rated and overload currents
The XVy-EV drive manages two different overload algorithms which can
be selected by the user through the IPA 18778 Overload
Control parameter according to the application:
I xT algorithm dedicated to high-dynamics solutions where the
overload can reach up to 200% of the rated current (default setting).
I
2
xT algorithm dedicated to applications where a limited overload is
required for a longer period of time (limit = 136% In Class 1 for 60s
every 300s).
The current rated and overload values change according to the type of
selected algorithm as shown in tables 2.3.3.1 and 2.3.3.2 below.
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification 27
I x T Algorithm
Table 2.3.3.1: Rated and overload currents with I x T algorithm
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(2) Minimum granted overload. For temperatures lower than 20C (Tsink < 45C) the
maximum overload time is automatically increased.
28 Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
The I x T algorythm depends on the output frequency and also on the
ambient temperature, as specified in table 2.3.3.1.
For output frequencies from 0 to 3 Hz the I x T algorythm does not
depend from ambient temperature and the recovery from overload
conditions will be asymmetrical (the IxT integral charge and discharge
operations are different), while from output frequencies higher than 10 Hz
the overload duration times will be dependent from ambient temperature
and the recovery from overload conditions will be symmetrical. (The IxT
integral will have the same charge and discharge). For output frequencies
between 3 and 10 Hz the overload and the recovery times of the IxT
algorythm can be obtained with a linear interpolation between the 3 Hz and
the 10 Hz values.
Definitions
T
ovld
is the lasting period of an overload on the I
ovld
current (as
mentioned in the table 2.3.3.1, column 4,9 and 10).
I
mot
is the instantaneous motor output current
I
n
is the drive nominal current at the drive output frequency
(as stated in table 2.3.3.1, column 2 and 7)
Here follows an example that shows how to perform the selection of the
drives.
The overload stated in the Drive Ovld Fact parameter, IPA 19607
(MONITOR menu) is calculated by the drive firmware as follows:
Drive Ovld Fact = ovld % = * 100
( I - I ) dt
mot n
.
( I - I ) T
ovld n ovld
.
Example: considering the XVy-EV 10612 drive, it is possible to see that
the I
n
rated current (with 400Vrms main supply) = 6 A
rms
, the I
ovld
overload
current = 12 A
rms
and the T
ovld
overload time = 2 seconds (if f > 10 Hz and
the ambient temperature is 20C).
See the table 2.3.3.1, column 2, 4, 13 line XVy-EV 10612.
Assuming that the I
mot
output current = 10 A
rms
, the time used by ovld%
to reach 100% is:
T = = 3 [sec]
(I - I ) * T
ovld ovld n
(I - I )
mot n
Now the current limit is reduced to I
n
and the drive is in an overload
condition.
Another overload is possible if ovld% is brought to zero by reducing the
I
mot
current.
For example, if I
mot
= 5 A
rms
, the current limit returns to its maximum
value after:
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification 29
T = = 12 [sec]
(I - I ) * T
ovld ovld n
(I - I )
mot n
and therefore it will be possible to perform a new overload.
Let us consider now the following load cycle to select the proper drive to
use:
Time (sec) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
Speed (rpm) 0 2000 2000 1000 2000 1000 0
Motor current (A) 38 12 -14 20 -14 -14 0
t
I(A)
38
-14
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2000 2000
N(rpm)
12
20
1000
2000 2000
1000
N(rpm)
This cycle will be repeated continuously.
The average motor current value will be 16 A
rms
.
The peak current is 38 A
rms
and the peak duration is 1 second.
Assuming to use a XVy-EV 32040 with I
n
=20.3 A
rms
and I
olvd
=40.6 A
rms
, it
is possible to calculate that during the acceleration phase ovld%
increases up to 43.6%.
During the following 6 seconds the current is lower than In, therefore it
is possible to consider the average current = 12.33 A
rms
and ovld% =
0%.
Looking these results we can say that the XVy-EV 32040 is suitable for
this application.
30 Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
I
2
T Algorithm
Table 2.3.3.2: Rated and overload currents with I
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The I
2
xT algorithm depends on the output frequency.
At 0Hz frequency, the rated current reduction factor is 0.7 0.9 accord-
ing to sizes, as shown in table 2.3.3.2.
For output frequencies ranging from 0Hz to F1, the overload times should
be calculated using a linear interpolation of 0Hz and F1 values.
F1 is the frequency shown in the table for each drive size.
The rated and overload currents and the corresponding overload and
recovery times do not depend on the room temperature.
The I
2
xT algorithm manages two drive overload levels:
1. Slow overload (136% In for 60s every 300s)
2. Fast overload (183% In for 0.5s every 60s)
The slow overload is calculated based on the following formula:

?
sl-ov%
=
(I - I ) dt
mot n
2 2
(I - I )T
sl-ov n ovld
2 2

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and appears in the IPA 19697 Drive Ovld Fact parameter (MONITOR
menu).
The fast overload is calculated based on the formula:
?
fs-ov%
=
(I - (1.36 I dt
mot n
2 2
) )

(I - ) T
fs-ov ovld
2
(1.36 I )
n
2


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Current limit management
When the drive delivers a current higher than the In value shown in
table 2.3.3.2, fsl-ov% increases up to 100%.
At that point, the drive limits the maximum current which can be delivered
to I
n
value.
fsl-ov% reaches 100% in 60s if the current delivered by the drive is
136% of I
n
.
The drive can also deliver a maximum current of 183% of I
n
. In this
case, when the output current exceeds the 136% threshold, the ffs-
ov% value is increased until 100% is reached in 0.5s; after that, the
maximum current is limited to 136% of I
n
.
- Example of overload time calculation with slow overload:
Refer to the XVy-EV10612 size for 400Vac mains operation.
Table 2.3.3.2 shows that, at frequencies higher than F1, the drive is
able to deliver a rated current of 7.5Arms, with a maximum of 13.73Arms
for 0.5s (fast overload) or 10.20Arms for 60s (slow overload).
Assuming that the drive delivers a current I
m
= 9A ( I
n
< I
m
< 136%I
n
),
only the fsl-ov% value is increased. .
32 Chapter 2 Inspection ... and Standard Specification SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
The maximum overload time Tsl is:
T
sl
=
(I - I )
sl-ov n
2 2
T
sl-ov
(I - I )
mot n
2 2
= [s]
T
sl
=
(10.20 - 7.5 )
2 2
60
(9 - 7.5 )
2 2
= 118.85 s
When the T
ovl
time has elapsed, the Drive Ovld Fact parameter has
reached 100% and the maximum current is decreased to the rated one
= 7.5Arms.
The drive will be able to deliver the maximum current of 183%In again
only when Drive Ovld Fact returns to 0%.
The time required for fsl-ov% discharge depends on the current
delivered by the drive (should be lower than I
n
).
Assuming that I
mot
= 3Arms, the recovery time will be:
T
rec
=
(I - I )
.
T
sl-ov n sl-ov
2 2
(I - I )
n mot
2 2
T
rec
=
(10.20 - 7.5 )
.
60
2 2
(7.5 - 3 )
2 2
= 60.68 s
- Example of overload time calculation in case of fast overload:
Refer to the XVy-EV10612 size for 400Vac mains operation.
Table 2.3.3.2 shows that, at frequencies higher than F1, the drive is
able to deliver a rated current of 7.5Arms, with a maximum of 13.73Arms
for 0.5s (fast overload) or 10.20Arms for 60s (slow overload).
Assuming that the drive delivers a current
I
m
= 12A ( 136%I
n
< I
m
< 183%I
n
)
the values of fsl-ov% and ffs-ov% are both increased.
The maximum overload time T
fs
is:
T
fs
=
(I - I )
.
T
fs-ov sl-ov fs-ov
2 2
(I - I )
2 2
mot sl-ov
T
fs
=
(13.73 - 10.20 )
.
0.5
2 2
(12 - 10.20 )
2 2
= 1.06 s
At the same time, the fsl-ov% value is also increased to reach the
value
fsl-ov% = (I
mot
2
-I
n
2
)
.
T
fs
= (12
2
-75
2
)
.
1.06 = 93 count = 3.24%
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[Max fsl-ov% =(I
sl-ov
2
- I
n
2
)
.
T
sl-ov
=(10.2
2
-7.5
2
)
.
60= 2867.4 count = 100%]
Now, the current limit is lowered to 136% I
n
.
This current value can be kept for:
T
sl-ov
=
(I - I )
.
T -
sl-ov n sl-ov
2 2
f
sl-ov*
(I - I )
2 2
mot n
= 52.98 s T
sl-ov
=
(10.20 - 7.5 )
.
60- 93
2 2
(10.20 - 7.5 )
2 2
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Chapter 3 - Installation Guidelines
3.1 Mechanical Specification
Figure 3.1.1: Drive Dimensions, XVy-EV 10306 ... XVy-EV 32550 sizes
Mounting wall (D) Mounting with external dissipator (E)
E2 E4
E5
E3
E1
d
1
0
3
0
6
1
0
4
0
8
1
0
6
1
2
2
0
8
1
6
2
1
0
2
0
2
1
5
3
0
3
2
0
4
0
3
2
5
5
0
a mm (inch)
b mm (inch)
c mm (inch)
d mm (inch)
D1 mm (inch)
D2 mm (inch)
E1 mm (inch)
E2 mm (inch)
E3 mm (inch)
E4 mm (inch)
E5 mm (inch)
d
Weight kg (lbs) 3.6 (7.9)
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208 (8.2)
323 (12.7)
240 (9.5)
168 (6.6)
84 (3.3)
310.5 (12.2)
164 (6.5)
284 (11.2)
306.5 (12.0)
199.5 (7.8)
69 (2.7)
199 (7.8)
296.5 (11.6)
315 (12.4) 299.5 (11.7)
151.5 (5.9)
115 (4.5)
115 (4.5)
XVy-EV Type
Drive dimensions:
105.5 (4.1)
145.5 (5.7)
4.95 (10.9)
62 (2.4)
69 (2.7)
M5
3.7 (8.1)
99.5 (3.9)
299.5 (11.8)
8.6 (19)
9 (0.35)
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Figure 3.1.2: Drive dimensions, XVy-EV 43570 ... XVy-EV 8280400 sizes
D1
D2 D2
D3 D3 D3 D3
D4
Mounting wall (D)
4
3
3
6
6
4
3
5
7
0
4
4
5
9
0
4
5
5
1
1
0
5
7
0
1
4
0
5
1
0
0
1
8
0
6
1
2
5
2
3
0
7
1
4
5
2
9
0
7
1
9
0
3
5
0
7
2
3
0
4
2
0
8
2
8
0
4
0
0
8
3
5
0
4
6
0
a mm (inch) 376 (14.7) 509 (20) 509 (20)
b mm (inch) 564 (22.2) 741 (29.2) 909 (35.8)
c mm (inch) 268 (10.5) 297.5 (11.7) 297.5 (11.7)
D1 mm (inch)
D2 mm (inch) 150 (5.9)
D3 mm (inch) 100 (3.9) 100 (3.9)
D4 mm (inch) 550 (21.6) 725 (28.5) 891 (35)

Weight kg 18 22 22.2 34 59 75.4 80.2 86.5


lbs 39.6 48.5 48.9 74.9 130 166.1 176.7 190.6
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109
240.3
475 (18.7)
442 (17.4)
M6
947 (37.3)
308 (12.1)
100 (3.9)
297.5 (11.7)
509 (20) 509 (20)
909 (35.8)
XVy-EV type
Drive dimensions:
965 (38)
309 (12.1)
489 (19.2)
225 (8.8)
100 (3.9)
891 (35)
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Figure 3.1.3: Drive dimensions, C and CP sizes
430
800
b
1
1
1
4
c
U
2
-
V
2
-
W
2
D
-
C
-
U
-
V
-
W
D
4
a
D2 D2 D2 52.5 M8
22
65 205.5 170.5 209.5 125.5
d
U2 V2 W2 2
7
.
5
40
W V U C
22
D
40
3
1
400 68 115 68 68 60
0V 230V
(**)
D2 D2 D2
d
Figure 3.1.4: Drive dimensions, C and CP -IP00 sizes
b
D
4
a
D2 D2 D2
1
1
1
4
52.5 M8
c
22
65 205.5 170.5 209.5 125.5
d
U2 V2 W2 2
7
.
5
40
W V U C
22
D
40
3
1
400 68 115 68 68 60
0V 230V
(**)
(**) External fan power supply
D2 D2 D2
d
9470650-C 9560650-CP
a mm (inch) 776 (30.6) 776 (30.6)
b mm (inch) 1091 (43) 1091 (43)
c mm (inch) 450 (17.7) 450 (17.7)
D2 mm (inch) 225 (8.9) 225 (8.9)
D4 mm (inch) 947 (37.3) 947 (37.3)
M8 M8
Weight kg 155 155
lbs 341.7 341.7
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XVy-EV type
Drive dimensions:
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Figure 3.1.5: Drive Dimensions, XVy-EV 455110 EWH/EWHR
Figure 3.1.6: Drive Dimensions, XVy-EV 570140 ... 5125230 EWH/EWHR
38 Chapter 3 Installation Guidelines SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
3.2 Watts Loss, Heat Dissipation, Internal Fans and
Minimum Cabinet Opening Suggested for the
Cooling
The heat dissipation of the Drives depends on the operating state of the
connected motor. The table below shows values that refer to operation at
default switching frequency (see section 2.3.2, AC Input/Output Con-
nection), Tamb 40C, typ. motor power factor and nominal continuous
current.
Table 3.2.1: Heat dissipation and Required Air Flow
@U
LN
=400Vac
1)
@U
LN
=460Vac
1)
Internal fan Heatsink fans
XVy-EV 10306 77.5 72.0 11 30
XVy-EV 10408 104.0 96.3 11 30
XVy-EV 10612 138.3 126.7 11 30
XVy-EV 20816 179.6 164.1 11 2x30
XVy-EV 21020 230 215.6 11 2x30
XVy-EV 21530 330 300.8 11 2x30
XVy-EV 32040 380 340 30 2x79
XVy-EV 32550 512 468 30 2x79
XVy-EV 43366 546 490 - 80
XVy-EV 43570 658 582 - 80
XVy-EV 44590 864 780 - 170
XVy-EV 455110 1100 1000 - 170
XVy-EV 570140 1250 1100 - 340
XVy-EV 5100180 1580 1390 - 340
XVy-EV 6125230 1950 1750 - 650
XVy-EV 7145290 2440 2200 - 975
XVy-EV 7190350 2850 2560 - 975
XVy-EV 7230420 3400 3050 - 975
XVy-EV 8280400 4400 3950 - 1820
XVy-EV 8350460 5400 4700 - 2000
XVy-EV 9470650-C 6400 5700 - 1710
XVy-EV 9470650-C-IP00 6400 max 5700 max - -
XVy-EV 9560650-CP 8000 7900 - 1710
XVy-EV 9560650-CP-IP00 8000 max 7900 max - -
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Heat Dissipation [W] Airflow of fan [m
3
/h]
Type
1) f
SW
=default; I
2
=I
2N
NOTE! All the Drives have internal fans.
Heat dissipation losses refer to default Switching frequency.
Table 3.2.2: Minimum cabinet opening suggested for the cooling
Control section Heatsink
10306 10612 31 (4.8) 36 (5.6)
20816 21530 31 (4.8) 72 (11.1)
32040 32550 36 (5.6) 128 (19.8)
43366 43570 2x150 (2x 23.5)
44590 455110 2x200 (2x31)
570140 5100180 2x370 (2x57.35)
6125230 7230420 2x620 (2x96.1)
8280400 9560650 2x1600 (2 x 248)
txv0050
Minimum cooling opening [cm
2
] (sq.inch)
XVy-EV type
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3.2.1 Cooling Fans Power Supply
Sizes XVy-EV 10306 to XVy-EV 5100180
Power supply (+24VAC) for these fans are provided from the internal
drive power supply unit.
Sizes XVy-EV 6125230 to XVy-EV 9560650
Power supply for these fans is externally connected by the user. AC
Input voltage is connected at the power terminal strip:
XVy-EV type Drive fans
Fan power supply
(values for 1 fan)
6125230 0,8A@115V/60Hz, 0,45A@230V/50Hz
7145290 ... 7230420 1,2A@115V/60Hz, 0,65A@230V/50Hz
8280400 ... 8350460 1,65A@115V/60Hz, 0,70A@230V/50Hz
9470650-C 2 1.03A/215W@1x230Vac,50/60Hz
9470650-C-IP00 2 1.03A/215W@1x230Vac,50/60Hz
9560650-CP 2 1.03A/215W@1x230Vac,50/60Hz
9560650-CP-IP00 2 1.03A/215W@1x230Vac,50/60Hz
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Figure 3.2.1: UL type fans connections
M
~
U3
2V3
1V3
0
115
230
A
U
T
O
T
R
A
F
O
230VAC fans
Drive
M
~
U3
2V3
1V3
No.2 115VAC fans
M
~
Drive
XVy-EV7145290 - XVy-EV7190350 XVy-EV6125230 e XVy-EV8280400
Figure 3.2.2: Example for external connection
U3
2V3
1V3
230VAC
U3
2V3
1V3
115VAC
Drive Drive
(*)
*) Only for XVy-EV6125230 and XVy-EV8280400 sizes
NOTE! An internal fuse (2.5A 250VAC slo-blo) for XVy-EV 7145290 and XVy-
EV 7190350. sizes is provided.
On XVy-EV 6125230 and XVy-EV 8280400sizes the fuse must be
mounted externally.
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3.3 Installation Mounting Clearance
NOTE! The dimensions and weights specifed in this manual should be taken
into consideration when the device is mounted. The technical equipment
required (carriage or crane for large weights) should be used. Improper
handling and the use of unsuitable tools may cause damage.
Figure 3.3.1: Max. Angle of Inclination
The maximum angle of inclination is 30
NOTE! The drives must be mounted in such a way that the free flow of air is
ensured. The clearance to the device must be at least 150 mm (6 inches).
A space of at least 50 mm (2 inches) must be ensured at the front.
From XVy-EV 8280400 size the top and bottom clearance must be at
least 380 mm (15 inches), on front and sides must be ensured a space of
at least 140 mm (5.5 inches). Devices that generate a large amount of
heat must not be mounted in the direct vicinity of the drive.
Figure 3.3.2: Mounting Clearance
10 mm ( 0.4" )
[140mm (5.5")]
150 mm ( ) 6"
[380mm (15")]
50 mm ( 2" )
[140mm (5.5)]
20 mm ( 0.8" )
[140mm (5.5")]
150 mm ( ) 6"
[380mm (15")]
10 mm ( 0.4" )
[140mm (5.5")]
[...] from XVy-EV8280400 size
NOTE! Fastening screws should be re-tightened after a few days of operation.
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Chapter 4 - Wiring Procedure
4.1 Accessing the Connectors (IP20 models)
4.1.1 Removing the Covers
NOTE! Observe the safety instructions and warnings given in this manual. The
devices can be opened without the use of force. Only use the tools
specified.
See figure 2.2.2 Drive view & components to identify the single part.
Figure 4.1.1: Removing the covers (XVy-EV 10306 to XVy-EV 32550 sizes )
2
1
3
2
no. 2 for
20-40 ...30-60
size

XVy-EV 10306 to XVy-EV 21530 sizes :
The terminal cover and cable entry plate of the device must be removed
in order to fit the electrical connections:
- unscrew the screw (1), remove the cover of devices (2) by pressing
on both sides as shown on the above figure (3).
- unscrew the two screws (4) to remove the cable entry plate.
The top cover must be removed in order to mount option cards and
change the internal jumper settings:
- remove the keypad and disconnect the connector (5)
- lift the top cover on the bottom side (over the connector level) and
then push it to the top (6).
XVy-EV 32040 to XVy-EV 32550 sizes :
The terminal cover and cable entry plate of the device must be removed
in order to fit the electrical connections:
- unscrew the two screws (1) and remove the cover of devices
- unscrew the two screws (4) to remove the cable entry plate.
The top cover must be removed in order to mount the option card and
change the internal jumper settings:
- remove the keypad and disconnect the connector (5)
- lift the top cover on the bottom side (over the connector level) and then
push it to the top (6)
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Figure 4.1.2: Removing the covers (XVy-EV 43570 to XVy-EV 9560650 sizes)
2 2
1
3
3
4
XVy-EV 43570 to XVy-EV 9560650 sizes :
The terminal cover of the device must be removed in order to fit the
electrical connections: unscrew the two screw (2) and remove the cover
(1)
The top cover must be removed in order to mount the option card and
change the internal jumper settings: unscrew the two screw (3) and
remove the top cover by moving it as indicated on figure (4).
4.1.2. Wiring Suggestion
Grounding 360 of a shielded
cable on Omega plug
CAN connector
Regulation section strip
(17 to 32 terminals)
Regulation section strip
(1 to 16 terminals)
In order to avoid damage to the drive it is
not allowed to transport it by holding the
cards!
Caution
Omega connector
Shield
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4.2 Power Section
Please note that a wrong connection on motor phases can cause the
motor to move without control and can destroy the drive.
Please check that motor phases are connected in the right sequence
before enabling the drive.
4.2.1 Terminal Assignment on Power Section / Cable Cross-Section
Table 4.2.1.1: Power Section Terminals from XVy-EV 10306 to XVy-EV 32550
The terminals of the devices are made accessible by removing the cover
and the cable entry plate (see section 4.1, Accessing the connectors).
On XVy-EV 10306 up to XVy-EV 21530 sizes it is also possible to extract
the removable connector.
All the power terminals are located on the power card PV33-...
Function Max
Motor ground connection
Braking unit resistor command (braking resistor must
be connected between BR1 and C)
Intermediate circuit connection
AC mains voltage
230V -15%480V +10%
Motor connection
M
3Ph~
PE1 /
Grounding (protective earth) conductor
U1/L1
V1/L2
W1/L3
BR1
U2/T1
V2/T2
W2/T3
C
D
PE2/
EM
EM
FEXT
FEXT
-
770 Vdc (230...480 Vac)
1.65 x I
2N
AC line volt 3Ph,
1.36 I
2N
Braking resistor
(optional)
Reserved
-
Note!
EM and FEXT terminals
are available on sizes
32040 ... 5100180 only.
Reserved
Caution
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Table 4.2.1.2: Power Section Terminals from XVy-EV 43570 to XVy-EV 9560650
The terminals of the devices are made accessible by removing the cover
(see section 4.1, Accessing the connectors).
M
3Ph~
U1/L1
V1/L2
W1/L3
BR1
U2/T1
V2/T2
W2/T3
C
D
PE2/
PE1 /
EM
EM
FEXT
FEXT
Max Function
Motor ground connection
Braking unit resistor command (braking resistor must
be connected between BR1 and C)
Available in XVy-EV 43570 ... 5100180 sizes
Intermediate circuit connection
AC mains voltage
Terminations not included in the XVy-EV ...-DC
versions.
230V -15%480V +10%
Motor connection
Grounding (protective earth) conductor
770 Vdc (230...480 Vac)
1.65 x I
2N
AC line volt 3Ph,
1.36 I
2N
Reserved
Reserved
Note!
EM and FEXT terminals
are available on sizes
32040 ... 5100180 only.
Braking resistor
(optional)
-
-
Table 4.2.1.3: Power Section Terminals XVy-EV ...-IP00 sizes
M
3Ph~
U2/T1
V2/T2
W2/T3
C
D
PE /
Max Function
Grounding (protective earth) conductor, Motor ground connection
Intermediate circuit connection
AC mains voltage 400V -15%480V +10%
Motor connection
770 Vdc (400...480 Vac)
1.65 x I
2N
AC line volt 3Ph,
1.36 I
2N
U1/L1
V1/L2
W1/L3
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Maximum cable sizes for power terminals U1, V1, W1, U2, V2, W2, C,
D, PE
Table 4.2.1.4: Maximum cable cross section for power terminals
Type
Tightening
torque
Tightening
torque
Tightening
torque
XVy-EV AWG mm
2
Nm AWG mm
2
Nm AWG mm
2
Nm
10306
14 2 0.5 0.6 14 2 0.5 0.6 14 2 0.5 0.6
10408
14 2 0.5 0.6 14 2 0.5 0.6 14 2 0.5 0.6
10612
14 2 0.5 0.6 14 2 0.5 0.6 14 2 0.5 0.6
20816
10 4 0.5 0.6 10 4 0.5 0.6 10 4 0.5 0.6
21020
10 4 0.5 0.6 10 4 0.5 0.6 10 4 0.5 0.6
21530
10 4 0.5 0.6 10 4 0.5 0.6 10 4 0.5 0.6
32040
8 8 1.2 1.5 8 8 1.2 1.5 8 8 1.2 1.5
32550
6 10 1.2 1.5 6 10 1.2 1.5 6 10 1.2 1.5
43366
6 16 2 10 6 0.9 6 16 2
43570
6 16 2 10 6 0.9 6 16 2
44590
4 25 3 8 10 1.6 6 16 3
455110
2 35 4 8 10 1.6 6 16 3
570140
2 35 4 6 16 3 6 16 3
5100180
1/0 50 4 6 16 3 2 50 4
6125230
2/0 70 12 nd nd nd 2 50 4
7145290
4/0 95 12 nd nd nd 2 50 4
7190350
(300) 150 10 30 nd nd nd 2 50 4
7230420
(350) 185 10 30 nd nd nd 2 50 4
8280400
4xAWG2 4x35 10 30 nd nd nd 2 50 4
8350460
150 * 10 30 nd nd nd 2 50 4
9470650-C
1/0 (500) 50240 50 nd nd nd 1/0 (500) 50240 50
9470650-C-IP00
1/0 (500) 50240 50 nd nd nd 1/0 (500) 50240 50
9470650-C-DC-IP00
1/0 (500) 50240 50 nd nd nd 1/0 (500) 50240 50
9560650-CP
1/0 (500) 50240 50 nd nd nd 1/0 (500) 50240 50
9560650-CP-IP00
1/0 (500) 50240 50 nd nd nd 1/0 (500) 50240 50
9560650-CP-DC-IP00 1/0 (500) 50240 50 nd nd nd 1/0 (500) 50240 50
txv0060
() = kcmils, *=copper bar
PE1, PE2 terminals BR1 terminals
U1,V1,W1, U2,V2,W2,C,D
terminals
The grounding conductor of the motor cable may conduct up to twice
the value of the rated current if there is a ground fault at the output of
the SIEIDrive - XVy-EV drive.
NOTE! Use 60/75C copper conductor only.
46 Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
4.3 Regulation Section
4.3.1 R-XVy-EV Regulation Card
LEDs & Test points on Regulation Card
Designation Color Function
RST red LED lit during the Hardware Reset
PWM green LED lit during IGBT modulation
RUN green CPU status
PWR green LED lit when the voltage +5V is present and at correct level
RS485 green LED is lit when RS485 interface is supplied
CAN green LED is lit when CAN interface is supplied
AL red LED is lit during the Field bus failure alarm or when the integrated
CanOpeninterface is not ready to communicate with the master
OP green LED is lit when the connection reaches the Operational phase
XY4 (test point) Phase current signal (U)
XY5 (test point) Reference point
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Figure 4.3.1: Connectors Location
Table 4.3.1.1: Jumpers on Regulation Card
Designation Function Factory setting
S0 Service only ! (Test and software loading: bootstrap-loader) OFF
S1 Service only ! (Test and software loading: monitor mode) OFF
S2 Service only ! (Test and software loading: boot-sector protection) OFF
S3 Service only ! (Test and software loading: manual reset) OFF
Terminating resistor for the serial interface RS485 (*)
ON = Termination resistor IN
OFF = No termination resistor
Adaptation to the input signal of analog input 0 (terminals 1 and 2)
ON = 0..20 mA / 4..20 mA
OFF = 0..10V / -10..+10 V
Adaptation to the input signal of analog input 1 (terminals 3 and 4)
ON = 0..20 mA / 4..20 mA
OFF = 0..10V / -10..+10 V
S21-S22-S23 Hall sensor settings
ON = Hall sensors
OFF = No Hall sensors
S45-S46 INTERNAL USE - Do not modify factory setting OFF
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S5-S6
S8
S9
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
(*) on multidrop connection the jumpers must be ON only for the last drop of a serial
line
NOTE!
See chapter 4.4.3, Feedback drive connection for more details on S21 ... S23 jumper
settings .
The devices are factory set accordingly.
When fitting a regulation card as a spare, remember to set again
the encoders jumpers.
Caution
1 5
6 9
1 5
11 15
6 10
XE XS
1 5
11 15
6 10
XER
XFL (OUT)
XFL (IN)
X1 (1...16 terminals )
X1 (17...32 terminals )
CAN (C1...C5 terminals )
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4.3.2 Terminal Assignments on Regulation Section
Table 4.3.2.1: Plug-in Terminal Strip Assignments on Regulation Card
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Digital input 0
Digital input 1
0 V (+24V)
+24V OUT
Analog input 0
Analog input 1
Analog output 0
0V
+10V
Digital input 4
Digital input 5
Digital input 6
Digital input 7
Digital output 3
Relay-NO
Relay-COM
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Supply-DO
COM-DO
Digital output 0
Digital output 1
+24V IN
COM-DI
Analog output 1
- 10V
Digital output 2
Digital output 4
Digital output 5
Relay-NC
Strip X1 Function max
Programmable/configurable analog differential input. Signal: terminal 1.
Reference point: terminal 2. Default setting: [3] Speed Ref 1".
Programmable/configurable analog differential input. Signal: terminal 3.
Reference point: terminal 4. Default setting: none
Reference point for Digital inputs, terminals 6, 7, 8 , 9, 22, 23, 24 and 25.
Drive enable; 0V or open: inverter disabled; +15+30V: Drive enabled
Programmable digital input, default setting: [4] Start / Stop
Programmable digital input, default setting: [8] Ramp In = 0
Programmable digital input, default setting: [9] Reverse
Supply input for digital outputs, terminals 12, 13, 26, 27, 28, 29
Reference point for digital outputs, terminals: 12 and 13
Programmable digital output, default setting: [3] Speed Reached
Programmable digital output, default setting: Speed 0 thr
+24V DC supply output. Reference point: terminal 16
+24V DC supply input
Reference point for +24 V
DC
I/O
Programmable analog output, default setting: [1] Actual speed
Programmable analog output, default setting: [2] Motor current
Analog output reference point
Reference voltage +10V, reference point: terminal 19
Reference voltage - 10V, reference point: terminal 19
Programmable digital input, default setting: [10[ End Run Reverse
Programmable digital input, default setting: [11] End Run Forward
Programmable digital input, default setting: [3] External fault
Programmable digital input, default setting: [2] Drive reset
Programmable digital output, default setting: none
Drive OK N.O. contact
Drive OK N.C. contact
Drive OK common contact
10V
0.20mA
+30V
3.2mA @ 15V
5mA @ 24V
6.4mA @ 30V
+30V/40mA
-
+30V/25mA
+24 V 10%
120mA
+24 V 10%
1A
-
10V/5mA
-
+10V/10mA
-10V/10mA
+30V
3.2mA @ 15V
5mA @ 24V
6.4mA @ 30V
+30V/25mA
250 V AC
1A AC11
C5
C4
C3
C2
C1
CAN external positive supply (dedicated for supply of transceiver and optocouplers)
CAN_H bus line (dominant high)
CAN_H shield
CAN_L bus line (dominant low)
External supply reference
V+
H
SH
L
V-
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The + 24Vdc voltage used for external power for the control card must
be stabilised, with a tolerance of 10%; maximum absorption 1A.
Power supplies obtained from a single rectifier and capacitor filter are
not sufficient.
Maximum Cable Sizes for control terminals
Table 4.3.2.2: Maximum permissible cable cross-section on the plug-in terminals of the
regulator section
Maximum Permissible Cable Cross-Section Tightening
[mm
2
]
torque
flexible multi-core [Nm]
1 ... 29 0.14 ... 1.5 0.14 ... 1.5 28 ... 16 0.4
30 ... 32 0.14 ... 1.5 0.14 ... 1.5 28 ... 16 0.4
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AWG
Terminals
The use of a 75 x 2.5 x 0.4 mm (3 x 0.1 x 0.02 inch) flat screwdriver is
recommended. Remove 6.5 mm (0.26 inch) of the insulation at the cable
ends. Only one unprepared wire (without ferrule) should be connected
to each terminal point.
Maximum Cable Length
Table 4.3.2.3: Maximum Control Cable Lengths
Cable section [mm
2
]
0.22 0.5 0.75 1 1.5
Max. length m [feet] 27 [88] 62 [203] 93 [305] 125 [410] 150 [492]
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Potentials of the control section
The potentials of the regulation section are isolated and can be discon-
nected via jumpers from ground. The connections between each potential
are shown in Figure 4.3.2.1.
The analog inputs are designed as differential amplifiers.
The digital inputs are optocoupled with the control circuit. The digital
inputs have terminal 5 as reference point.
The analog outputs are not designed as differential amplifiers and have
a common reference point (terminal 19).
The analog outputs and the 10V reference point have same potential
(terminal 19).
The digital outputs are optocoupled with the control circuit. Terminals
12 to 13 and 26 to 29 have terminal 11 as a common reference point
and terminal 10 as common supply.
Caution
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Figure 4.3.2.1: Potentials of the control section
1
2
3
4
5
15
16
Analog input 0
(Speed Ref 1)
Analog input 1
Internal power
supply from
Power Card
0 (+24 V)
Analog output 1
(Motor current)
17
0 V
18
20
19
21
+10V
- 10V
0 V
31
30
14
To Expansion Cards
S35
Analog output 0
(Actual speed)
6
7
8
9
22
23
24
25
Digital input 0
(Enable drive)
Digital input 1 (Start / Stop)
Digital input 2 (Ramp In=0)
Digital input 3 (Reverse)
Digital input 4 (End Run Reverse)
Digital input 5 (End Run Forward)
Digital input 6 (External fault)
Digital input 7 (Drive reset)
COM DI
32
COM
NC
NO
Digital output 0
(Speed Reached)
Digital output 1
(Speed 0 thr)
Digital output 2
Digital output 3
Digital output 4
Digital 5 output
COM DO
DO-Supply +24V
12
11
10
Relay
Fuse
16
S34
13
27
28
29
26
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4.4 Feedback Devices
The XVy-EV can control various feedback devices connector to the XE
- XER terminals (15-pin high-density connectors fitted on drive) or to
the expansion card EXP-ABS-XVy (optional), see table 4.4.1.
Can be used up to three feedback devices at the same time if the
incremental signals of absolute encoders are not connected to XE.
In this last case can be used the DE , SSi / EnDat and Hiperface feedback
devices only.
See chapter 4.4.3 for more details on connection.
Table 4.4.1: Feedback devices
XE
connector
on XVy
Drive
XER connector
on expansion
card
EXP-ABS-EV
Note
DEHS
5V digital incremental encoder with
A/Aneg,B/Bneg,C/Cneg and three Hall sensor
digital position signals)
X (1), (2)
SESC
Sinusoidal incremental encoder with
A/Aneg,B/Bneg,C/Cneg and two sin/cos
traces for absolute position (1Vpp).
X (1), (3)
SEHS
Sinusoidal incremental encoder with
A/Aneg,B/Bneg,C/Cneg and three Hall sensor
digital position signals (1Vpp).
X (1), (2)
RES Resolver X (3)
HS
Three Hall effect sensors digital position
signals single-ended
X (2)
SC Segnali assoluti SinCos due tracce. X (3)
SE sinusoidal incremental encoder (1Vpp) X (1)
DE 5V digital incremental encoder. X (1)
SSI absolute encoder with SSI protocol X (4), (1)
EnDat absolute encoder with EnDat protocol X (4), (1)
Hiperface absolute encoder with Hiperface protocol X (4), (1)
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Feedback devices
(1) Digital or sinusoid encoder plugged into the XE connector on the drive or XE1
on card EXP-ABS-XVy (see SERVICE / ENCODER / XE ENC INC MEAS menu)
(2) Three Hall effect sensors connected to XE connectors (see Service / Encoder
/ XE HALL TRACKS menu)
(3) Sin/cos signals, with resolver excitation (see SERVICE / ENCODER / XE ENC
ABS MEAS menu)
(4) Absolute encoder serial link plugged into the XE1 connector on the EXP-ABS-
XVy card (see SERVICE / ENCODER / EXP ENC ABS1 menu.
The encoder/resolver should be coupled to the motor shaft with a
backlash free connection.
The encoder/resolver cable must be made of shielded twisted pairs
with an overall shield, with all shieds connected to ground on both sides.
Some types of sinusoidal encoders may require installation with galvanic
isolation from the motor frame and shaft.
1 5
6 9
1 5
11 15
6 10
XE XS
1 5
11 15
6 10
XER
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4.4.1 XE Connector Assignments
The connection with the drive is through a 15 pole high density sub-D
connector (VGA type female). Please note that it is mandatory to use a
shielded cable with at least 80 % coverage. The shield should be
connected to ground on both sides of the connector, but not grounded
at the motor end.
Please note that for resolver feedback it is mandatory to use a twisted
pair cable with shields on each pair and an overall shield.
Table 4.4.1.1: XE Connector Assignments
5 1
10 6
15 11
Back View of VGA
D-sub connector (solder side)

1 B Incremental Encoder B- I
2 Klixon Klixon contact I
3 Z+ Zero channel Z (+) I
4 Z Zero channel Z () I
5 A+ Incremental Encoder A (+) I
6 A Incremental Encoder A () I
7 0VE Encoder Supply 0V reference O
8 B+ Incremental Encoder B(+) I
9 +5VE Encoder Supply O
10 SIN+ / H1 Sin / resolver input (+) / Hall 1 input I
11 SIN / H2 Sin / resolver () / Hall 2 input I
12 COS+ / H3 Cos / resolver (+) / Hall 3 input I
13 COS Cos / resolver () I
14 EXC+ Resolver excitation (+) O
15 EXC Resolver excitation () O
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I=Input
O=Output
Assignment Function
4.4.2 XER Encoder Connector Assignments (for auxiliary encoders)
A +5V auxiliary incremental digital encoder can be plugged into the XER
connector (controller card) or an expansion card (e.g. EXP-D14A4F,
EXP-F2E, EXPFI, EXP-FO, EXP-FIH, etc.)
The connection with the drive is through a 15 pole high density sub-D
connector (VGA type female).
Table 4.4.2.1: XER Connector Assignments
1 B Digital incremental channel B () Input / Repetition I / O
2
3 Z+ Zero pulse (+) channel Input / Repetition I / O
4 Z Zero pulse () channel Input / Repetition I / O
5 A+ Digital incremental channel A (+) Input / Repetition I / O
6 A Digital incremental channel A () Input / Repetition I / O
7 0VR Encoder Supply 0V reference O
8 B+ Incremental channel B(+) Input / Repetition I / O
9 +5VR Encoder supply O
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10 15
Assignment Function
I=Input
O=Output
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4.4.3 Feedback /Drive Connections
The XVy-EV drive can handle several feedback devices (see paragraph
4.4) selectable through the setting of jumpers on the regulation board.
The jumper setting will be as follows:
Table 4.4.3.1: Resolver/Encoder jumpers settings
S21 S22 S23
DE / DEHS ON ON ON
SE / SEHS ON ON ON
SESC / SC OFF OFF OFF
HS ON ON ON
RES OFF OFF OFF
SSI / ENDAT / Hiperface OFF OFF OFF
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Encoder
Jumpers settings
In the following paragraphs are specified the connections between XVy-
EV drives and the feedback sensors installed on standard motors.
4.3.3.1 Resolver Connections (RES)
The following table shows the connections between the XVy-EV drives
and the signal connector on servomotors by Gefran (see chapter 12 for
more details on cable).
SBM Motors
19 Poles
connector
SHJ Motors
10 Poles
connector
Function
XVy drive
15 Pole XE connector
Cable section
[mm
2
]
A
B (SHIELD) F (SHIELD) Cable shield
SHIELD to
connector body
C B Resolver Cos+ 12
D G Resolver Cos- 13
E C Resolver Sin- 11
F H Resolver Sin+ 10
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
R
S (Klixon) I (Klixon) Klixon contact 7
T (Klixon) J (Klixon) Klixon contact 2
U A Resolver Excitation+ 14
V E Resolver Excitation- 15
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(2 x 0.25) + sfr
(2 x 0.25) + sfr
(2 x 0.25) + sfr
(2 x 0.25) + sfr
For resolver cable use twisted pair shielded cable; the pairs should be
the signal wires cos+/cos-,sin+/sin-, exc+/ exc-, motor temperature
sensor wires. All the shields must be connected together to cable
shield pin of resolver connector on the motor side and to connector
body on drive side.
4.4.3.2 Sinusoidal Encoder SinCos Connections (SESC)
The following table shows the connections between the XVy-EV drives
and the signal connector on servomotors by Gefran (see chapter 12 for
more details on cable).
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SBM Motors
19 Poles
connector
SHJ Motors
19 Poles
connector
Function
XVy drive
15 Pole XE connector
Cable section
[mm
2
]
A 12 Encoder supply 0VDC reference 7 0.5
B (SHIELD) 19 (SHIELD) Cable shield
SHIELD to
connector body
C 15 Cos+ input 12
D 11 Cos- Input 13
E 14 Sin- Input 11
F 10 Sin+ Input 10
G
H 4 Incremental Encoder B+ 8
J 8 Incremental Encoder B- 1
K 7 Incremental Encoder A- 6
L 3 Incremental Encoder A+ 5
M 5 Zero Channel Z+ 3
N 9 Zero Channel Z- 4
P 2 Encoder supply +5VDC 9 0.5
R
S (Klixon) 17 (Klixon Klixon contact 7 n.c.
T (Klixon) 18 (Klixon) Klixon contact 2 0.25
U
V
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2 x 0.14
2 x 0.14
(2 x 0.14) + sfr
(2 x 0.14) + sfr
(2 x 0.14) + sfr
For encoder cable use twisted pair shielded cable; the pairs should
be the signal wires A+/A-,B+/B-,Z+/Z-,cos+/cos-,sin+/sin-, motor
temperature sensor wires, encoder supply wires. All the shields must
be connected together to cable shield pin of encoder connector on the
motor side and to connector body on drive side.
4.4.3.3 Digital Encoder with Hall Effect Sensors Connections (DEHS)
The following table shows the connections between the SIEIDrive - XVy-
EV drives and the signal connector on servomotors by Gefran (see
chapter 12 for more details on cable).
SBM Motors
19 Poles
connector
SHJ Motors
19 Poles
connector
Function
XVy drive
15 Pole XE connector
Cable section
[mm
2
]
A 6 Encoder supply 0VDC reference 7 0.5
B (SHIELD) 7 (SHIELD) Cable shield
SHIELD to
connector body
C 5 Hall 3 input 12 2 x 0.14
D
E 4 Hall 2 Input 11 1 x 0.25
F
G 3 Hall 1 Input 10 2 x 0.14
H 13 Incremental Encoder B+ 8
J 1 Incremental Encoder B- 1
K 11 Incremental Encoder A+ 5
L 10 Incremental Encoder A- 6
M 14 Zero Channel Z+ 3
N 9 Zero Channel Z- 4
P 12 Encoder supply +5VDC 9 0.5
R
S (Klixon) 15 Klixon contact 7 n.c.
T (Klixon) 16 Klixon contact 2 0.25
U
V
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(2 x 0.14) + sfr
(2 x 0.14) + sfr
(2 x 0.14) + sfr
For encoder cable use twisted pair shielded cable; the pairs should be the
signal wires A+/A-, B+/B-, Z+/Z-, motor temperature sensor wires, encoder
supply wires. All the shields must be connected together to cable shield
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pin of encoder connector on the motor side and to connector body on
drive side.
4.4.3.4 Absolute Encoder Connections (SSi / EnDat /Hiperface
protocols)
EXP-ABS-EV expansion board has to be connected:
- to XVy-EV drive though the cable supplied with the board (XE2
connector on EXP-ABS-EV, XE connector on XVY-EV drive).
- to the encoder signals connector (XE1 connector on EXP-ABS-EV).
Please refer to the following table:
Pin Signal Description
1 B- (Sine-) Incremental encoder B- signal
2 KLIXON Klixon contact (referred to GND)
3 Reserved
4 Reserved
5 A+ (Cosine+) Incremental encoder A+ signal
6 A- (Cosine-) Incremental encoder A- signal
7 GND Ground of encoder supply voltage
8 B+ (Sine+) Incremental encoder B+ signal
9 ALIM Encoder supply voltage
10 EQP / SENSE- Equipotential
(1)
signal or SENSE-
(2)
signal (only for monitoring)
11 CLK+ Encoder CLOCK+ signal (ENDAT or SSI only)
12 CLK- Encoder CLOCK- signal (ENDAT or SSI only)
13 DT+ Encoder DATA+ signal
14 DT- Encoder DATA- signal
15 SENSE+ SENSE+
(2)
signal (only for monitoring)
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For encoder cable use twisted pair shielded cable; the pairs should be
the signal wires A+/A-, B+/B-, clock+/clock-, data+/data-, motor
temperature sensor wires, encoder supply wires. All the shields must
be connected together to cable shield pin of encoder connector on the
motor side and to connector body on drive side.
4.4.3.5 Encoder /Resolver Specifications (XE connector)
Sinusoidal encoders
max. frequency ______________ 200 kHz ( select the appropriate number of pulses depending
on required max. speed )
Number of pulses per revolution __ min 1, max 65535
Channels ___________________ three-channel, differential, TTL 5V compatible. An encoder loss
detection is possible via firmware setting.
Power supply ________________ + 5 V (Internal supply) *
Load capacity _______________ > 8.3 mA pp per channel
Suggested cable _____________ see chapter 12.
Digital encoders
max. frequency ______________ 250 kHz ( select the appropriate number of pulses depending
on required max. speed )
Number of pulses per revolution __ min 1, max 65535
Channels ___________________ three-channel, differential. An encoder loss detection is possible
via firmware setting.
Power supply _______________ + 5 V (Internal supply) *
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Load capacity _______________ > 4.5 mA / 6.8 ... 10 mA per channel
Suggested cable _____________ see chapter 12
* Via keypad (030 - ENCODER PARAM menu) it is possible to select 4 different
values of internal encoder supply voltage to compensate the voltage reduction due
to encoder cable length and load current encoder. Selection available are: 0=5.2V,
1=5.6V, 2=6.1V, 3=6.5V via XE Enc Supply (IPA 20012) or XER Enc Supply (IPA
20019). parameter.
Absolute Encoder
Absolute trace frequency _______ 500 kHz (on the EXP-ABS-EV expansion card)
Incremental trace max. frequency 200 kHz
Max encoder resolution ________ 29 bit (17 bit/rev.* 12 bit rev.). Note: from the fw 2.41 version.
Interface electrical level ________ differential RS-485
Interface signals _____________ clock and data (bidirectional)
Clock synchronous period ______ 2s
Encoder supply ______________ +5V(TTL) /+15V(HTL) +5V / +15V...+24V with external
supply
max absorption of encoder supply 250 mA max
Suggested cable _____________ see chapter 12
Resolver interface
Resolver excitation ____________ sinusoidal
Resolver excitation voltage ______ 6V rms
Resolver excitation current ______ 50mA rms max
Resolver excitation frequency ____ 8kHz
Resolver input _______________ differential
Resolver input impedence ______ 4kO
Resolver transformation ratio ____ 1:1 - 1:2 - 1:3
Suggested cable _____________ see chapter 12
4.4.3.6 Encoder Simulation / Repetition, Auxiliary Encoder Input
(XER/EXP Connector)
Digital encoder input
max. frequency ______________ 400 kHz ( select the appropriate number of pulses depending
on required max. speed )
Number of pulses per revolution __ min 1, max 65535
Channels ___________________ three-channel, differential. Encoder loss detection is not possible.
Power supply ________________ + 5 V (Internal supply) *
Load capacity _______________ > 4.5 mA / 6.8 ... 10 mA per channel
Suggested cable _____________ see chapter 12
* Via keypad (030 - ENCODER PARAM menu) it is possible to select 4 different
values of internal encoder supply voltage to compensate the voltage reduction due
to encoder cable length and load current encoder. Selection available are: 0=5.2V,
1=5.6V, 2=6.1V, 3=6.5V via XE Enc Supply (IPA 20012) or XER Enc Supply (IPA
20019). parameter.
On the regulation board there is available an incremental encoder
output, with TTL Line Driver levels, that can be used as simulation of
the servomotor feedback device.
This function is performed by the microprocessor and it is possible to
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simulate an encoder output with a programmable number of pulses/rev,
or to repeat the signals of the motor encoder. The encoder output signals
are available on the XER connector (see table 4.4.2.1):
Digital encoder simulation (XER Port)
Interface ___________________ opto-isolated
Simulation __________________ differential digital incremental
Standard outputs _____________ A+, A-, B+, B-,I+, I-
Outputs levels _______________ Standard TTL
Voltage limits on the TTL high-state outputs (on the pins)
(Uhigh TTL) _________________ > 2.5V
Voltage limits on the TTL low-state outputs (on the pins)
(Ulow TTL) _________________ < 0,5V
TTL load capacity ____________ 20mA max. each
Parallel connection of standard SIEIDrive - XVy-EV inputs
with a TTL outputs ____________ 3 inputs
Max. frequency ______________ 400kHz ( select the appropriate number of pulses depending
on required max. speed )
Max absorption of the encoder simulation
power supply ________________ 150mA@5V
Mechanics __________________ Male high density 15-pole D-sub connector (type VGA) for
standard inputs and extractable terminals to be connected to a
0.14..1.5 mm
2
power supply section
4.4.4 Encoder Cable Length
The following figures show the maximum encoder frequency as function
of the encoder cable length. For this figures we have considered cables
with the following specifications:
Distributed capacitance: 90pF/m
CABLE LENGHT (Sinusoidal encoder)
0
50
100
150
200
100 120 140 160 180 200
Encoder frequency [KHz]
L
e
n
g
h
t
[
m
t
]
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CABLE LENGHT (Digital encoders)
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
100 200 300 400 500 600
Encoder frequency [KHz]
L
e
n
g
h
t
[
m
t
]
XER Port
XE Port
The following figure shows the voltage drop as function of the cable
length and of the current absorbtion:
VOLTAGE DROP (Cable Cross-section 0.2 mm
2
)
0
50
100
150
200
0 1 2 3 4 5
Voltage drop [V]
L
e
n
g
h
t
[
m
t
]
20mA
50mA
100mA
150mA
4.4.5 Checking Encoder / Drive Connections
It is strongly recommended to follow the next instructions (parameters
to be check are only those for used feedback devices, see next table) :
- rotate manually clockwise the motor shaft
- check ... pos parameters values increasing up to 360 and than
come back to 0
- check ... rev parameters values increasing on each turn.
XER conn.
SC (SinCos) HS (Hall+Dig) RES (resolver) DE (Dig.Enc.)
Inc Data Pos (IPA 19002) X X
Inc Data N Rev (IPA 19003) X X
Abs Turn Pos (IPA 19017) X X
Abs Rev (IPA 19018) X X
XER/EXP Turn Pos (IPA 19011) X
XER/EXP Rev (IPA 19012) X
XE Hall Pos (IPA 19022) X
XE Hall Rev (IPA 19026) X
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menu: SERVICE / ENCODER / XE HALL TRACKS
XE conn.
menu: SERVICE / ENCODER / XE ENC INC MEAS
menu: SERVICE / ENCODER / XE ENC ABS MEAS
menu: SERVICE / ENCODER / XER/EXP Inc Enc
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4.5 CANopen Connection
The SIEIDrive - XVy-EV brushless drive can be connected in a CANopen
network, the pins are:
V+
H
SH
L
V-
Pin / Signal Description
V- External supply reference
L CAN_L bus line (dominant low)
SH CAN_H shield
H CAN_H bus line (dominant high)
V+
CAN external positive supply +24V (*), dedicated for supply of
transceiver and optocouplers
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(*) The supplier size have to be according to the used bus specification (CANopen or
DeviceNet). Card absorption is 30 mA@24V.
The Bus connection is provided via a shielded loop to be placed far
from the power cables, with a minimum distance of 20 cm. The cable
shielding must be ground connected on both ends.
If the cable shieldings are ground connected on different points of the
system, use the equipotential connection cables to reduce the current
flow between the drives and the CAN bus master.
NOTE ON TERMINATING RESISTOR:
The first and last network components must have a 120 ohm resistance between pins
C2 and C4. Attention
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4.6 Fast Link Connections
On the XFL connectors a fast serial connection is available, that is
optimized to exchange I/O and regulation parameters between different
drives. This synchronous serial interface is named FAST LINK. This
interface can have two different connection architectures :
- Multi Point : one drive is configured as master (transmitting) and the
others as slaves (receiving).
- Peer-to-Peer: This software is not yet released, but is supported by
the existing hardware.
Figure 4.6.1: XFL-OUT Connector (FAST LINK Output)
Pin Function Description
1 -
2 -
3 DT_OUT+ Data output Fast-Link (+)
4 DT_OUT- Data output Fast-Link (-)
5 CLK_OUT+ Clock ouput Fast-Link (+)
6 CLK_OUT- Clock ouput Fast-Link (-)
7 -
8 -
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Figure 4.6.2: XFL-IN Connector (FAST LINK Input)
Pin Function Description
1 -
2 -
3 DT_IN+ Data input Fast-Link (+)
4 DT_IN- Data input Fast-Link (-)
5 CLK_IN+ Clock input Fast-Link (+)
6 CLK_IN- Clock input Fast-Link (-)
7 -
8 -
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4.6.1 Fast Link Data
Max number of drops _________ 8 (1 Master + 7 Slaves)
Max length _________________ 1.5 meters (with conductor shielded cables), 40 meters (with
plastic optical fiber)
Baud rate ___________________ 3 Mbit
Max Data Exchanged __________ 15 words + 1 CRC / Info every 250 uS in synchronous way
from master to slave
PWM ______________________ Drive Synchronization
8 conductors shielded cable (*) __ L= 65 cm (code S7QK7), L=115 cm (code S7QK8)
Plastic optical fiber cable _______ L=5 m (code 8S895B), L=10 m (code 8S896B), L=20 m
(code 8S897B), L=30 m (code 8S899B)
Optical fiber interface kit _______ Trasmitter and receiver (code S370E)
(*) Ferrite on Slave side
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4.7 Serial Interface
4.7.1 Serial Interface Description
The RS 485 serial interface enables data transfer via a loop made of
two symmetrical, twisted conductors with a common shield. The maximum
transmission distance is 1200 m (3936 feet) with a transfer rate of up to
38,400 KBaud. The transmission is carried out via a differential signal.
RS 485 interfaces are bus-compatible in half-duplex mode, i.e. sending
and receiving take place in sequence. Up to 31 SIEIDrive - XVy-EV devices
(up to 128 address selectable) can be networked together via the RS
485 interface. Address setting is carried out via the Drive Serial Add
(IPA 18031) parameter, DRIVE CONFIG / COMM CONFIG menu.
Further information concerning the parameters to be transferred, their
type and value range is given in the table contained in section 10,
Parameter lists.
Figure 4.7.1: RS485 Serial Interface
1 2
3
4 5
9 8 7 6
150 R
TxA/RxA
TxB/RxB
0 V S
+5 V S
S5 S6
PE
RS485
XS
1
0
0
R
4
7
0
R
4
7
0
R
+5 V
The RS 485 on the SIEIDrive - XVy-EV series devices is located on the
Regulation card in the form of a 9-pole SUB-D socket connector (XS).
The communication may be with or without galvanic isolation: when
using galvanic isolation an external power supply is necessary (+5V).
Communication without galvanic isolation is suggested only in case of
temporary connections for setup with one drive connected. The
differential signal is transferred via PIN 3 (TxA/RxA) and PIN 7 (TxB/
RxB). Bus terminating resistors must be connected at the physical
beginning and end of an RS 485 bus in order to prevent signal reflection.
The bus terminating resistors on SIEIDrive - XVy-EV drives are
connected via jumpers S5 and S6. This enables a direct point-to-point
connection with a PLC or PC.
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NOTE! Ensure that only the first and last drop of an RS 485 bus have a bus
terminating resistor (S5 and S6 mounted). In all other cases (within the
line) jumpers S5 and S6 must not be mounted.
A connection point to point can be done using PCI-COM option
interface, without jumper setting.
For multidrop connection (two or more drive), an external power supply
is necessary (pin 5 / 0V and pin 9 / +5V).
Pins 6 and 8 are reserved for use with the PCI-COM interface card.
When connecting the serial interface ensure that:
- only shielded cables are used
- power cables and control cables for contactors/relays are routed
separately
NOTE!
See the manual SLINK3 Communication protocol for more detail.
4.7.2 RS 485 Serial Interface Connector Description
Table 4.7.2.1: Assignment of the plug XS connector for the RS 485 serial interface
Designation Function I/O Elec. Interface
PIN 1 Internal use
PIN 2 Internal use
PIN 3 RxA/TxA I/O RS485
PIN 4 Internal use
PIN 5 0V (Ground for 5 V) Power supply
PIN 6 Internal use
PIN 7 RxB/TxB I/O RS 485
PIN 8 Internal use
PIN 9 +5 V Power supply
ai4110
I = Input O = Output
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4.8 Standard Connection Diagram
4.8.1 XVy-EV Connections
Figure 4.8.1.1: Typical connection
+24V
U1/L1
M
1
K
1
M
5
F
1
L
1
L
2
L
3
N
P
E
K
2
G
1
0 V24
C
D
1 2
3 4
6
K
1
M
S
M
P
S
K
0
L
1
T
h
e
r
m
i
s
t
o
r
1
EXC-
EXC+
COS-
COS+/H3
SIN-/H2
SIN+/H1
+5VE
+B
0VE
A-
A+
Z-
Z+
PTC
B
5
6
8
7
9
X
E
COM DI
1
4
1
6
5
9
8
7
6
Dig. Inp.1
(Start)
Digital Inp. 0
(Enable drive)
3
0
3
1
3
2
O
k
r
e
l
a
y
RS 485
K
e
y
p
a
d
2
0
2
1
+10 V
- 10 V
0 V 10
0
F
W
D
R
E
V
R
1
(
2
.
.
.
5
k
o
h
m
)
2
1
A
n
a
l
o
g
i
n
p
u
t
0
A
n
a
l
o
g
i
n
p
u
t
1
-
3
4
-
+
+
E
P
E
1
V1/L2
W1/L3
U2/T1
V2/T2
W2/T3
Dig. Inp.7
(Drive Reset)
A
n
a
l
o
g
o
u
t
p
u
t
1
1
8
A
n
a
l
o
g
o
u
t
p
u
t
0
1
7
2
8
1
1
2
9
Dig. Out.4
Dig. Out.5
1
V
3
U
3
2
V
3
M
3
~
Dig. Inp.2
(Ramp in =0)
Dig. Inp.3
(Reverse)
3
4
1
0
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
5
1
9
1
2
1
3
Dig. Out.0
Dig. Out.1
2
6
2
7
Dig. Out.2
Dig. Out.3
COM DO
1
0
DO supply
1
3
1
4
1
5
2
PE2
Dig. Inp.6
(External fault)
Dig. Inp.5
(End Run fwd)
Dig. Inp.4
(End Run rev)
N a v i g a t i o n D r i v e C o n t r o l s
+Torque
-Torque
Alarm
Enable
ZeroSpeedLimit
Help
Alarm
Home
+
Escape
Enter
Shift
P r e s s 2 s e c . t o d i s a b l e
Jog
Speed
The circuit diagram is for the standard configuration of the drive as delivered.
EMC installation and wiring techniques are not shown.
For this see appropriate chapter. The connection of option card is also shown separately.
The automatic restart of the drive after a failure alarm is not included.
Nota! U3/2V3 and 1V3 only from sizes 75kW. For more details see chapter 4.2.1
In the case of DC power supply, from size XVy-EV 43366 insertion of an AC mains inductance on the power supply input of the power supply unit is
compulsory (for the type of inductance, consult the manual of the power supply unit, see figure 4.8.1.2.
64 Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
Figure 4.8.1.2: Typical connection diagram for XVy-EV ...-DC versions.
+24V
M
1
K
2
G
1
0 V24
C
D
K
1
M
S
M
P
S
K
0
T
h
e
r
m
i
s
t
o
r
1
EXC-
EXC+
COS-
COS+/H3
SIN-/H2
SIN+/H1
+5VE
+B
0VE
A-
A+
Z-
Z+
PTC
B
5
6
8
7
9
X
E
COM DI
1
4
1
6
5
9
8
7
6
Dig. Inp.1
(Start)
Digital Inp. 0
(Enable drive)
3
0
3
1
3
2
O
k
r
e
l
a
y
RS 485
K
e
y
p
a
d
2
0
2
1
+10 V
- 10 V
0 V 10
0
F
W
D
R
E
V
R
1
(
2
.
.
.
5
k
o
h
m
)
2
1
A
n
a
l
o
g
i
n
p
u
t
0
A
n
a
l
o
g
i
n
p
u
t
1
-
3
4
-
+
+
E
P
E
1
U2/T1
V2/T2
W2/T3
Dig. Inp.7
(Drive Reset)
A
n
a
l
o
g
o
u
t
p
u
t
1
1
8
A
n
a
l
o
g
o
u
t
p
u
t
0
1
7
2
8
1
1
2
9
Dig. Out.4
Dig. Out.5
1
V
3
U
3
2
V
3
M
3
~
Dig. Inp.2
(Ramp in =0)
Dig. Inp.3
(Reverse)
3
4
1
0
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
5
1
9
1
2
1
3
Dig. Out.0
Dig. Out.1
2
6
2
7
Dig. Out.2
Dig. Out.3
COM DO
1
0
DO supply
1
3
1
4
1
5
2
PE2
Dig. Inp.6
(External fault)
Dig. Inp.5
(End Run fwd)
Dig. Inp.4
(End Run rev)
N a v i g a t i o n D r i v e C o n t r o l s
+Torque
-Torque
Alarm
Enable
ZeroSpeedLimit
Help
Alarm
Home
+
Escape
Enter
Shift
P r e s s 2 s e c . t o d i s a b l e
Jog
Speed
K
1
M
5
F
1
L
1
L
2
L
3
N
P
E
1 2
3 4
6
L
1
S
M
3
2
o
r
D
C
P
o
w
e
r
s
u
p
p
l
y
The circuit diagram is for the standard configuration of the drive as delivered.
EMC installation and wiring techniques are not shown.
For this see appropriate chapter. The connection of option card is also shown separately.
The automatic restart of the drive after a failure alarm is not included.
L1 : Insertion of an AC mains inductance the power supply input of the power supply unit is compulsory (for the type of inductance, consult the manual
of the power supply unit).
Note! U3/2V3 and 1V3 only from size 6125230 . For more details see chapter 4.2.1
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4.8.2 Parallel Connection on the AC (Input) and DC (Intermediate
Circuit) Side of Several Drives
Features and Limits:
1 The inverters used have to be all the same size.
2 AC line chokes (see chapter 4.10.1) have to be the same (provided
by the same supplier).
3 The mains power supply has to be simultaneous for all inverters,
i.e. a single switch /line contactor has to be used.
4 Such connection is suitable for a maximum of 6 inverters.
5 If required, dissipate the braking power; it is necessary to use one
internal "BU" braking unit (with external resistance) or one (or more)
external braking units ("BU32-.., BUy..") of which one has to be
configured as master and the others as slave.
6 Fast fuses (F12...F62) have to be fitted on the dc-link side ( C and D
terminals) of each inverters (see chapter 4.9.2).
Figure 4.8.2.1: Parallel Connection on the AC and DC Side of Several Drives
M1
3
M2
3
M6
3
F11 L1
F21 L2
F61 L6
U
V
W
U2
V2
W2
C
D
DRIVE 1
U
V
W
U2
V2
W2
C
D
DRIVE 2
BR
F12
F22
F62
U
V
W
U2
V2
W2
C
D
DRIVE 6
BR
CR C
D
BU-32-...
(B y-...) U
(MASTER)
7 8 9 10
R
BR
F7
R
BR
L1
L2
L3
K1
M..
3
F.. L..
U
V
W
U2
V2
W2
C
D
DRIVE ..
F..
(*) (*) Do not connect if external
braking unit are used
Caution
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4.9 Circuit Protection
4.9.1 External Fuses for the Power Section
The drive must be fused on the AC Input side. Use fast fuses only.
Connections with three-phase inductance on AC input are not essential
but will improve the DC link capacitors lifetime and drive reliability in
unusual power events.
Table 4.9.1.1: External Fuse Types for AC input side
Europe
10306 25000 GRD2/10 (F4D13) or Z14GR10 (F4M03) A70P10 FWP10 (S7G49)
10408 25000
10612 10000
20816 25000 GRD2/20 (F4D15) or Z14GR20 (F4M07) A70P20 FWP20 (S7G48)
21020 25000 GRD2/25 (F4D16) or Z14GR25 (F4M09) A70P25 FWP25 (S7G51)
21530 10000 GRD3/35 (F4D20) or Z22GR40 A70P35 FWP35 (S7G86)
32040 25000 GRD3/50 (F4D21) or Z22GR40 A70P40 FWP40 (S7G52)
32550 10000 GRD3/50 (F4D21) or Z22GR50 (F4M15) A70P40 FWP40 (S7G52)
43366 ... 8350460 10000
10306 50000 GRD2/10 (F4D13) or Z14GR10 (F4M03) A70P10 FWP10 (S7G49)
10408 50000 A70P10 FWP10 (S7G49)
10612 50000
20816 50000
21020 50000 GRD2/20 (F4D15) or Z14GR20 (F4M07) A70P20 FWP20 (S7G48)
21530 50000 GRD2/25 (F4D16) or Z14GR25 (F4M09) A70P25 FWP25 (S7G51)
32040 50000 GRD3/50 (F4D21) or Z22GR40 A70P35 FWP35 (S7G86)
32550 50000 GRD3/50 (F4D21) or Z22GR50 (F4M15) A70P40 FWP40 (S7G52)
43366 30000
43570 25000
44590 25000 S00C+f1/80/80A/660V or Z22gR80 A70P80 FWP80 (S7G54)
455110 25000 S00C+f1/80/100A/660V or M00f01/100A/660V (F4G18) A70P100 FWP100 (S7G55)
570140 25000
5100180 25000
6125230 25000
7145290 25000
7190350 25000
7230420 25000
8280400 25000
8350460 25000 S2f1/110/500A/660V or M2f1/500A/660V (F4G30) A70P500 FWP500 (S7G63)
9470650-C 25000 S2f1/110/630A/660V (F4E31) A70P600 FWP600
(S7G65)
9470650-C-IP00 25000 S2f1/110/630A/660V (F4E31) A70P600 FWP600
(S7G65)
9560650-CP 25000 S2f1/110/630A/660V (F4E31) A70P600 FWP600
(S7G65)
9560650-CP-IP00 25000 S2f1/110/630A/660V (F4E31) A70P600 FWP600
(S7G65)
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XVy-EV
DC link
capacitors life
time [h]
F1 - Fuses type (Code)
America
Connections without three-phase reactor
For these types an external reactor is mandatory if the
AC input impedence is equal or less than 1%
Connections without three-phase reactor
GRD2/16 (F4D14) or Z14GR16 (F4M05) A70P20 FWP20 (S7G48)
GRD2/16 (F4D14) or Z14GR16 (F4M05) A70P20 FWP20 (S7G48)
GRD3/50 (F4D21) or Z22GR50 A70P50 FWP50 (S7G53)
S00C+f1/80/160A/660V or M00f01/160A/660V (F4E15) A70P175 FWP175 (S7G57)
S1f1/110/250A/660V or M1f1/250A/660V (F4G28) A70P300 FWP300 (S7G60)
S2f1/110/400A/660V or M2f1/400A/660V (F4G34) A70P400 FWP400 (S7G62)
Fuse manufacturers:
Type GRD2... (E27), GRD3... (E33), M... (blade fuses),
Z14... 14 x 51 mm, Z22... 22 x 58 mm, S.... Jean Mller, Eltville
A70P... Gould Shawmut
FWP... Bussmann
NOTE! The technical data of the fuses, e.g. dimensions, weights, heat
dissipation, auxiliary contactors, are found in the manufacturers data
sheets.
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4.9.2 External Fuses for the Power Section DC Input Side
Use the following fuses when an external bus supply is used.
Table 4.9.2.1: External fuses type for DC input side
Fuses type Code Code
10306
10408
10612
20816
21020 Z14GR20 F4M07 A70P20-1 FWP20A14F S7G48
21530 Z14GR32 F4M11 A70P30-1 FWP30A14F S7I50
32040 Z14GR40 F4M13 A70P40-4 FWP40B S7G52
32550 Z22GR63 F4M17 A70P60-4 FWP60B S7I34
43366
43570
44590 S00C+/f1/80/100A/660V F4EAG A70P100 FWP100 S7G55
455110 S00C+/f1/80/125A/660V F4EAJ A70P150 FWP150 S7G56
570140 S00C+/f1/80/160A/660V F4EAL A70P175 FWP175 S7G57
5100180 S00F1/80/200A/660V F4G23 A70P200 FWP200 S7G58
6125230 S1F1/110/250A/660V F4G28 A70P250 FWP250 S7G59
7145290 S1F1/110/315A/660V F4G30 A70P350 FWP350 S7G61
7190350 S1F1/110/400A/660V F4G34 A70P400 FWP400 S7G62
7230420
8280400
8350460 S2f1/110/630A/660V F4E31 A70P600 FWP600 S7G65
9470650-C
9470650-C-IP00
9470650-C-DC-IP00
9560650-CP
9560650-CP-IP00
9560650-CP-DC-IP00
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S7813
S1F1/110/500A/660V F4E30 A70P500 FWP500 S7G63
S3F1/110/800A/660V F4H02 A70P800 FWP800
S7G54 S00C+/f1/80/80A/660V F4EAF A70P80 FWP80
S7G49
Z14GR16 F4M05 A70P20-1 FWP20A14F S7G48
Z14GR10 F4M03 A70P10 FWP10A14F
Drive type
XVy-EV
Europe America
Fuses type
Fuse manufacturers:
Type Z14..., Z22, S00 ..., S1..., S2... Jean Mller, Eltville
A70P... Gould Shawmut
FWP... Bussmann
NOTE! The technical data of the fuses, e.g. dimensions, weights, heat
dissipation, auxiliary contactors, are found in the manufacturers data
sheets.
68 Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
4.9.3 Internal Fuses
Table 4.9.3.1: Internal fuses
Drive type Designation Protection of Fuse (source) Fitted on:
Power card PV33-4 and
higher
Power card PV33-5 and
higher
10306 ... 9560650 F1 +24V Resettable fuse
Regulation card
R-XVy and higher
7145290 8350460 F3 Fans transformer
2.5A 6.3x32
(Bussmann: MDL 2.5, Gould
Shawmut: GDL1-1/2, Siba: 70 059
76.2,5 , Schurter: 0034.5233)
Bottom cover (power
terminals side)
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2A fast 5 x 20 mm (Bussmann:
SF523220 or Schurter:
FSF0034.1519
or Littlefuse: 217002)
43366 9560650 F1 +24V
4.10 Chokes / Filters
NOTE! A three-phase inductance should be connected on the AC Input side in
order to limit the input RMS current XVy-EV series drives. The induct-
ance can be provided by an AC Input choke or an AC Input transformer.
While the drive will work without the inductance, capacitor life will be
shortened and general reliability will be less.
NOTE! In the case of DC power supply, from size XVy-EV 43366 insertion of an
AC mains inductance on the power supply input of the power supply
unit is compulsory (for the type of inductance, consult the manual of the
power supply unit), see figure 4.8.1.2.
NOTE! For the use of output sinusoidal filters, please contact the factory.
Figure 4.10.1: Input/output choke dimensions
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4.10.1 AC Input Chokes
Table 4.10.1.1: 3-Phase AC Input Chokes
Mains
inductance
Rated
current
Saturat.
current
Freq.
[mH] [A] [A] [Hz] a b c D1 E1
10306 3.69 3.7 7.4 50/60 LR3y-1015 S7AAE 1.8 (4.0)
10408 2.71 5.5 11 50/60 LR3y-1022 S7AAF
10612 2.3 6.7 14 50/60 LR3y-1030 S7AB3
20816 1.63 8.7 18 50/60 LR3y-2040 S7AAG 2 (4.4)
21020 1.29 11.8 24.5 50/60 LR3y-2055 S7AB5 2.2 (4.4) 120 (4.7) 125 (4.9) 75 (2.6) 100 (3.9) 55 (2.2)
21530 0.89 17.4 36.5 50/60 LR3y-2075 S7AB6 4.9 (10.8) 150 (5.9) 155 (6.1) 79 (3.1) 90 (3.5) 54 (2.1)
32040 0.68 22.4 46.5 50/60 LR3y-3110 S7AB7 5 (11) 150 (5.9) 155 (6.1) 79 (3.1) 90 (3.5) 54 (2.1)
32550 0.51 30 61 50/60 LR3y-3150 S7AB8 6.2 (13.7) 150 (5.9) 168 (6.6) 100 (3.9) 90 (3.5) 69 (2.7)
43366
43570
44590 0.24 58 120 50/60 LR3-030 S7FF3 9.5 (20.9) 180 (7.1) 160 (6.3) 170 (6.7) 150 (5.9) 80 (3.1)
455110 0.18 71 145 50/60 LR3-037 S7FF2 9.5 (20.9) 180 (7.1) 160 (6.3) 180 (7.1) 150 (5.9) 80 (3.1)
570140
5100180
6125230
7145290
7190350
7230420
8280400
8350460 0.085 380 710 50/60 LR3-200 S7AE9 54 (119) 300 (11.8) 270 (10.6) 355 (13.9) 250 (9.8) 130 (5.1)
9470650-C
9560650-CP
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150 (5.9) 80 (3.1)
0.148 173 350 50/60 LR3-090 S7D19 55 (121.3) 300 (11.8)
LR3-055 S7FF1 12.5 (27.6) 240 (9.4)
Drive type
XVy-EV
Three-phases main chokes
Model Cod.
Weight
kg (lbs)
Dimensions : mm (inch)
120 (4.7) 125 (4.9) 65 (2.6) 1.9 (4.2)
215 (8.5) 180 (7.1)
265 (10.4) 210 (8.3)
100 (3.9) 45 (1.8)
182 (7.2) 130 (5.1) 150 (5.9) 70 (2.8) LR3-022 S7FF4 7.8 (17.2) 180 (7.1)
0.13 102 212 50/60
0.35 41 83 50/60
0.085 297 600 50/60
250 (9.8) 85 (3.3)
270 (10.6) 260 (10.2) 250 (9.8) 120 (4.7) LR3-160 S7D40 44 (97.0) 300 (11.8)
0.06 550 1050 50/60 LR3-315 S7D28 110 (242.5) 375 (14.8) 545 (21.5) 255 (10) 250 (9.8) 133 (5.2)
For all the sizes an input choke is strongly recommended in order to:
- prolong the life time of the DC link capacitors and the reliability of
the input rectifier.
- reduce the AC mains harmonic distortion
- reduce the problems due to a low impedance AC mains ( 1%).
NOTE! The current rating of these inductors (reactors) is based on the nominal
current of standard motors, listed in table 2.3.2.1 in section 2.3.2, AC
Input/Output Connection.
4.10.2 Output Chokes
For motors with long cable runs (typically over 30 m [98.5 feet]) an
output choke is recommended to maintain the voltage waveform within
the specified limits. Suggested choke ratings and part numbers are listed
in table 4.10.2.1.
The rated current of the filters should be approx. 20% above the rated
current of the frequency drive in order to take into account additional
losses due to PWM waveform.
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Table 4.10.2.1: Recommended values for output chokes
Drive type
XVy-EV
Mains
inductance
Rated
current
Saturat.
current
[mH] [A] [A] a b c D1 E1
10306 1.4 9.5 20 LU3-001 S7FG1 2.7 (6.0) 120 (4.7) 128 (5.0) 71 (2.9) 100 (3.9) 54 (2.1)
10408
10612
20816
21020
21530
32040
32550 0.43 32 68 LU3-015 S7FM2 7.5 (16.5) 180 (7.1) 160 (6.3) 170 (6.7) 150 (5.9) 70 (2.8)
43366
43570
44590 0.24 58 100 LU3-030 S7FH4 9.5 (20.9) 180 (7.1) 160 (6.3) 180 (7.1) 150 (5.9) 80 (3.1)
455110 0.18 76 130 LU3-037 S7FH5 9.7 (21.4) 180 (7.1) 160 (6.3) 180 (7.1) 150 (5.9) 80 (3.1)
570140
5100180
6125230
7145290
7190350
7230420
8280400
8350460 LU3-200 S7AF0
9470650-C
9560650-CP
txv0190
310 [12.2] 250 [9.8] 134 [5.3] S7FH9 95 [209.4] 380 [15.0] 500 [10.7]
Three-phases output choke
Cod.
Weight
kg (lbs)
Dimensions : mm (inch)
Model
1.4 9.5 20 LU3-003 S7FG2 5.2 (11.5) 180 (7.1) 170 (6.7) 110 (4.3) 150 (5.9) 60 (2.4)
0.87 16 34 LU3-005 S7FG3 5.8 (12.8) 180 (7.1) 170 (6.7) 110 (4.3) 150 (5.9) 60 (2.4)
0.51 27 57 LU3-011 S7FG4 8 (17.6) 180 (7.1) 180 (7.1) 130 (5.1) 150 (5.9) 70 (2.8)
0.33 42 72 LU3-022 S7FH3 8 (17.6) 180 (7.1) 160 (6.3) 170 (6.3) 150 (5.9) 70 (2.8)
540 310 0.041
210 (8.3) 240 (9.4) LU3-090 0.07 180 310
250 (9.8) 240 (9.4) 260 (10.2) LU3-160
0.022 580 1100 LU3-315
Please contact the nearest Gefran office
0.12 110 192 LU3-055 S7FH6 14 (30.9) 240 (9.4) 210 (8.3)
90 (3.5)
180 (7.1) 200 (7.9) 80 (3.1)
80 (3.1) 200 (7.9) 200 (7.9)
300 (11.8)
18.5 (40.8)
27.5 (60.6) S7FH8
S7FH7
NOTE! When the drive is operated at the rated current and at 50 Hz, the output
chokes cause a voltage drop of approx. 2% of the output voltage. Slightly
less drop will occur at 60Hz.
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure 71
4.10.3 Interference Suppression Filters
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV drives must be equipped with an external EMI filter in
order to reduce the radiofrequency emissions on the mains line as required
for operation in Europe.
The filter selection is depending on the drive size and the installation
environment.
For more information, see the EMC guide on the cd-rom included.
In the Guide it is also indicated how to install the drive in an enclosure
(connection of filter and mains reactors, cable shield, ground, etc.) in
order to make it EMC compliant according the EMC Directive 89/336/
EEC. The document describes the present situation concerning the
EMC standards and the compliance tests made on the drives as required
by CE.
Table 4.10.3.1: Recommended EMI filters
a b c d D1 E1 R P M
10306 10612 (2) EMI FFP 480-9 S7DEQ 1.1 (2.4) 375 (14.8) 104 (4.1) 45 (1.8) - 360 (14.2) 59 (2.3) - M5 6
20816 21530 (2) EMI FFP 480-24 S7DER 1.4 (3.1) 375 (14.8) 150 (5.9) 45 (1.8) - 360 (14.2) 105 (4.1) - M5 6
32040 (2) EMI FFP 480-30 S7DES 1.6 (3.5) 390 (15.4) 200 (7.9) 45 (1.8) - 375 (14.8) 155 (6.1) - M5 6
32550 (2) EMI FFP 480-40 S7DET 2.3 (5.1) 390 (15.4) 200 (7.9) 45 (1.8) - 375 (14.8) 155 (6.1) - M5 6
43366 43570 (3) EMI 480-45 S7DFU 1.3 (2.9) 250 (9.8) 85 (3.3) 90 (3.5) - 235 (9.3) 60 (2.4) - - M6
44590 455110 (3) EMI 480-70 S7DFZ 2.6 (5.7) 270 (10.6) 90 (3.5) 150 (5.9) - 255 (10.0) 65 (2.6) - - M6
570140 5100180 (3) EMI 480-100 S7DGA 2.6 (5.7) 270 (10.6) 90 (3.5) 150 (5.9) - 255 (10.0) 65 (2.6) - - M6
6125230 (3) EMI 480-150 S7DGB 4.4 (9.7) 400 (15.7) 120 (4.7) 170 (6.7) - 365 (14.4) 102 (4.0) - - M6
7145290 (3) EMI 480-180 S7DGC 4.4 (9.7) 400 (15.7) 120 (4.7) 170 (6.7) - 365 (14.4) 102 (4.0) - - M6
7190350 (3) EMI 480-250 S7DGG 13 (28.7) 300 (11.8) 260 (10.2) 135 (5.31) - 120 (4.72) 235 (9.25) - - M10
7230420 (3) EMI 480-250 S7DGG 13 (28.7) 300 (11.8) 260 (10.2) 135 (5.31) - 120 (4.72) 235 (9.25) - - M10
8280400 (3) EMI 480-320 S7DGH 13.2 (29.1) 300 (11.8) 260 (10.2) 135 (5.31) - 120 (4.72) 235 (9.25) - - M10
8350460 (3) EMI 480-400 S7DGI 13.4 (29.5) 300 (11.8) 260 (10.2) 135 (5.31) - 120 (4.72) 235 (9.25) - - M10
9470650-C (3) EMI-480-600 S7DGL 40 (88.2) 300 (11.8) 260 (10.2) 135 (5.31) - 120 (4.72) 235 (9.25) - - M10
9560650-CP (3) EMI-480-800 S7DGM 40 (88.2) 350 (13.8) 280 (11.0) 150 (5.9) - 145 (5.7) 255 (10.0) - - M10
10306 10612 (2) EMI FFP 480-9 S7DEQ 1.1 (2.4) 375 (14.8) 104 (4.1) 45 (1.8) - 360 (14.2) 59 (2.3) - M5 6
20816 21530 (2) EMI FFP 480-24 S7DER 1.4 (3.1) 375 (14.8) 150 (5.9) 45 (1.8) - 360 (14.2) 105 (4.1) - M5 6
32040 (2) EMI FFP 480-30 S7DES 1.6 (3.5) 390 (15.4) 200 (7.9) 45 (1.8) - 375 (14.8) 155 (6.1) - M5 6
32550 (2) EMI FFP 480-40 S7DET 2.3 (5.1) 390 (15.4) 200 (7.9) 45 (1.8) - 375 (14.8) 155 (6.1) - M5 6
43366 43570 (3) EMI 480-45 S7DFU 1.3 (2.9) 250 (9.8) 85 (3.3) 90 (3.5) - 235 (9.3) 60 (2.4) - - M6
44590 (3) EMI 480-55 S7DFV 2 (4.4) 250 (9.8) 85 (3.3) 90 (3.5) - 235 (9.3) 60 (2.4) - - M6
455110 (3) EMI 480-70 S7DFZ 2.6 (5.7) 270 (10.6) 90 (3.5) 150 (5.9) - 255 (10.0) 65 (2.6) - - M6
570140 5100180 (3) EMI 480-100 S7DGA 2.6 (5.7) 270 (10.6) 90 (3.5) 150 (5.9) - 255 (10.0) 65 (2.6) - - M6
6125230 7145290 (3) EMI 480-150 S7DGB 4.4 (9.7) 400 (15.7) 120 (4.7) 170 (6.7) - 365 (14.4) 102 (4.0) - - M6
7190350 (3) EMI 480-180 S7DGC 4.4 (9.7) 400 (15.7) 120 (4.7) 170 (6.7) - 365 (14.4) 102 (4.0) - - M6
7230420 (3) EMI 480-250 S7DGG 13 (28.7) 300 (11.8) 260 (10.2) 135 (5.31) - 120 (4.72) 235 (9.25) - - M10
8280400 (3) EMI 480-250 S7DGG 13 (28.7) 300 (11.8) 260 (10.2) 135 (5.31) - 120 (4.72) 235 (9.25) - - M10
8350460 (3) EMI 480-400 S7DGI 13.4 (29.5) 300 (11.8) 260 (10.2) 135 (5.31) - 120 (4.72) 235 (9.25) - - M10
9560650-CP (3) EMI-480-600 S7DGL 40 (88.2) 300 (11.8) 260 (10.2) 135 (5.31) - 120 (4.72) 235 (9.25) - - M10
10306 32040 (1) EMI-C 480-25 S7DFA 0.96 (2.1) 105 (4.1) 100 (3.9) 57 (2.2) - 57 (2.2) 95 (3.7) M5 4.5x3
10306 9560650-CP (4) ECF3 F4ZZ2 1.12 (2.7) 150 (5.9) 120 (4.72) 110 (4.33) - 100 (3.94) 100 (3.94) - M6 -
txv0195
Mains supply : 500V 10%
Mains supply : 230 - 400V 15%, 460 - 480 +10%
Mains supply : 230 - 400V 15%
Mains supply : 460 - 480 +10%
Weight
kg (lbs)
Dimensions : mm (inch)
Drive type
XVy-EV
EN
61800-
3:2004
Model Cod.
(1): Category C3, 2nd Environment, Motor cable length : max 5 m.
(2): Category C2, 1st Environment, Motor cable length : max 30 m.
(3): Category C3, 2nd Environment, Motor cable length : max 100 m.
(4): Category C4, 2nd Environment, Motor cable length : max 100 m.
72 Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
Figure 4.10.3.1: Filter dimension
D1
E
1
b
L
I
N
E
L
O
A
D
a
c
M
P
EMI 480-250...800 EMI FFP ...
c
M4
M5
Wires 2.5 mm
block
2
LOAD
L1L2 L3
LINE
L1 L2 L3
P1
D
1
b
2
0
0

2
0
2
0
0

2
0
E1
4.5x3
a
EMI-C 480-25
a
c
D1
E1
M
b
EMI 480-45...180
28
43
T2
25
5-8
a
b
c
D1
E1
D1
M
b
c
a
b1
25
25
D1
ECF ..
P
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure 73
4.11 Braking Units
In regenerative operation, the frequency-controlled three-phase motor
feeds energy back to the DC link circuit via the drive. This creates an
increase in the intermediate circuit voltage.
Braking units (BU) are therefore used in order to prevent the DC voltage
rising to a value causing the drive to trip. When used, these activate a
braking resistor that is modulated across the capacitors of the
intermediate circuit. The feedback energy is converted to heat via the
braking resistor (R
BR
), thus providing very short deceleration times and
four-quadrant operation.
Figure 4.11.1: Operation with Braking Unit (Principle)
E
M
_
R
BR
BU
All SIEIDrive - XVy-EV drives can be equipped with an external braking
unit (BU-32.xx... or BUy-....) connected to terminals C (+Bus) and D (-
Bus).
NOTE! When the internal braking unit is present, or when circuit terminals C and
D are connected to external devices, the AC Input must be protected with
superfast semiconductor fuses! Observe the mounting instruction con-
cerned.
The braking resistors can be subject to unforeseen overloads due
to possible failures. The resistors have to be protected using
thermal protection devices.
Such devices do not have to interrupt the circuit where the resistor
is inserted but their auxiliary contact must interrupt the power
supply of the drive power section.
In case the resistor foresees the precence of a protection contact,
such contact has to be used together with the one belonging to the
thermal protection device.
4.11.1 Internal Braking Unit
Drive sizes XVy-EV 10306 up to XVy-EV 32550 have, as standard
configuration, an internal braking unit.
Drive sizes XVy-EV 43366 up to XVy-EV 5100180 can have an optional
internal braking unit factory mounted.
Warning
74 Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
Table 4.11.1.1: Technical data of the internal braking units
Drive type I
RMS
I
PK
T Minimum R
BR
XVy-EV [A] [A] [s] [ohm]
10306 20816 4.1 7.8 19 100
21020 21530 6.6 12 16 67
32040 12 22 17 36
32550 17 31 16 26
43366 - 43570 18 52 42 15
44590 37 78 23 10
455110 29 78 37 10
570140 5100180 50 104 22 7.5
6125230 9560650
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External braking unit (optional)
I
RMS
Nominal current of the braking unit
I
PK
Peak current deliverable for 60 seconds max.
T Minimum cycle time for a working at I
PK
for 10 seconds
4.11.2 Internal and External Braking Resistors
The SIEIDrive - XVy-EV drives, up to size XVy-EV 32550 and XVy-
EV...EWHR, are equipped with an Internal Braking Resistor according to the
following table:
Drive Resistor P
NBR
R
BR
E
BR
Type Type [W] [Ohm] [kJ]
10306 10612 CBR-100R 100 100 11
21020 21530 CBR-67R 150 67 11
32040 RFI1300-36R 200 36 16
32550 RFI1300-26R 200 26 16
455110 EWHR 12R-S8T1DE 12
570140 EWHR 10R-8SWW1 10
5100180 EWHR
5125230 EWHR
txv0225
1000 30
8R-S8T1DD 8
For bigger sizes, the braking resistor is optional and has always to be
mounted externally. For parameter settings refer to the section 10,
BRAKING RES menu. The figure below shows the configuration for
internal brake unit operation.
Figure 4.11.2.1: Connection with internal Braking Unit and external braking resistor
Braking
resistor
3Ph~
P
E
1
/
U
1
/
L
1
V
1
/
L
2
W
1
/
L
3
B
R
1
U
2
/
T
1
V
2
/
T
2
W
2
/
T
3
C D
P
E
2
/
F1
Braking
Unit
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure 75
If the application requires to use an External Braking Resistor, it is nec-
essary to follows the recommended external resistors to be used with
drives internal braking units:
Table 4.11.2.1: Lists and technical data of the external standard resistors
XVy-EV P
NBR
R
BR Resistor Weight
[kW] [Ohm] (1) (2) Type kg (lbs) a b c a1 b1 c1
10306 0.22 100 1.5 11 RF 220 T 100R S8T0CE 0.5 (1.1) 300 (11.8) 27 (1.1) 36 (1.4) 290 (11.4)
10408 20612 0.30 100 2.5 19 RF 300 DT 100R S8T0CB 1.4 (3.09) 260 (10.2) 47 (1.9) 106 (4.2) 17.5 (0.69) 93.5 (3.7)
20816 0.75 100 7.5 38 RFPD 750 DT 100R S8SY4 1.7 (3.75) 200 (7.9) 70 (2.8) 106 (4.17) 17.5 (0.69) 93.5 (3.7)
21020 0.75 68 7.5 38 RFPD 750 DT 68R S8T0CD 1.7 (3.75) 200 (7.9) 70 (2.8) 106 (4.17) 17.5 (0.69) 93.5 (3.7)
21530 0.9 68 9 48 RFPD 900 DT 68R S8SY5 2.2 (4.85) 260 (10.2) 70 (2.8) 106 (4.17) 17.5 (0.69) 93.5 (3.7)
32040 1.1 40 11 58 RFPD 1100 DT 40R S8SY6 2.7 (5.95) 320 (12.6) 70 (2.8) 106 (4.17) 17.5 (0.69) 93.5 (3.7)
32550 1.9 28 19 75 RFPR 1900 D 28R S8SZ5 4.2 (9.3) 365 (14.4) 75 (2.95) 100 (3.9) 350 (13.78) 70 (2.8) 30 (1.2)
43366 43570 4 15.4 40 150 BR T4K0-15R4 S8T00G 7.0 (15.43) 625 (24.6) 100 (3.9) 250 (9.8) 605 (23.8) 40 (1.6)
44590 ... 455110 4 11.6 40 150 BR T4K0-11R6 S8T00H 7.0 (15.43) 625 (24.6) 100 (3.9) 250 (9.8) 605 (23.8) 40 (1.6)
570140 ... 5100180 8 7.7 80 220 BR T8K0-7R7 S8T00I 11.5 (25.35) 625 (24.6) 160 (6.3) 250 (9.8) 605 (23.8) 60 (2.4)
txv0250
Cod.
E
BR
[kJ] Dimensions : mm (inch)
(1) Max overload energy, 1- duty-cycle 10%; (2) Max overload energy, 30- duty-cycle 25%
Figure 4.11.2.2: External resistors
BR T4K0..., BR T8K0...
a
c
BR T2K0: PG 11/PG16
b
BR T4K0: PG 13
BR T8K0: PG 16
PG 7: on version with
Thermostat only
Thermal protection
cable
a
b
c
Cables l 500 mm / Section 4 mm
2
ength
c1
b1
RFPD..., RF... DT
a1
a
b
c
a1
Cable length = 300 (11.81)
RF... T
n 4 holes 5.5 mm
Threaded hole 5 MA
Engrave the ground symbol
a
a1
b1
c1
b
c
Length cables 400 mm / Section 4 mm
2
RFPR...
When using an external resistor, remove the connections of the
internal braking resistor from terminals BR1 and C and connect
the two wires together using the proper faston.
Parameters description:
P
NBR
Nominal power of the braking resistor
R
BR
Braking resistor value
E
BR
Max surge energy which can be dissipated by the resistor
P
PBR
Peak power applied to the braking resistor
T
BRL
Maximum braking time in condition of limit operating cycle
(braking power = P
PBR
with typical triangular profile)
Warning
76 Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide
Figure 4.11.2.3: Limit operating braking cycle with typical triangular power profile
T
CL
n,P
P
PBR
T
BRL
n
E
BR
t
T
CL
Minimum cycle time in condition of limit operating cycle (brak-
ing power = P
PBR
with typical triangular profile)
The BU Overpower alarm occurs if the duty cycle exceeds the maxi-
mum data allowed in order to prevent possible damage to the resistor.
Resistor model: Standard resistor data
Example code: RFPD 900 DT 68R
RFPD = resistor type
900 = nominal power (900 W)
T= with safety thermostat
68R = resistor value (68 ohm)
NOTE! The suggested match of resistor-model and inverter-size, allows a
braking stop at nominal torque with duty cycle T
BR
/ T
C
= 20%
Where: T
BR
= Braking time
T
C
= Cycle time
Figure 4.11.2.4: Braking cycle with T
BR
/ T
C
= 20%
T
C
P,n
T
BR
n
t
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These resistors, whose technical data are reported in the table 4.11.2.1,
have been sized to tolerate an overload equal to 4 times their nominal
power for 10 seconds.
In any event they can tolerate also an overload, whose energy dissipation
is the same of the maximum power level defined by:
Where: V
BR
= braking unit threshold
With reference to the figure 4.11.2.3, where the power profile is the
typical triangular one, the following example can be taken into
consideration (see also table 4.11.2.1).
Resistor model: MRI/T600 100R
Nominal power P
NBR
= 600 [W]
Maximum energy E
BR
= 4 x 600[W] x 10[s] = 24000[J]
Inverter mains supply = 460V
Voltage threshold: V
BR
=780V
TBRL = 2
EBR
PPBR
=
24000
6084
= 7.8[s] 2 PPBR =
VBR
RBR
2
=
780
100
2
= 6084 [W]
It is necessary to consider the following relation:
A) If T
BR
< E
BR
/ P
NBR
verify:
1) P
MB
< 2 * E
BR
/ T
BR
Where: P
MB
is the maximum cycle power
(see figure 4.11.2.5)
2)
x
The average power of the cycle must not be higher than the
nominal power of the resistor.
B) If T
BR
> E
BR
/ P
NBR
that is to say, in case of very long braking
time, it must be dimensioned P
MB
< P
NBR
Figure 4.11.2.5: Generic braking cycle with triangular profile
T
C
n,P
P
PBR
T
BR t
P
MB
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If one of the above mentioned rules is not respected, it is necessary to
increase the nominal power of the resistor, respecting the limit of the
internal braking unit as stated in the table 4.11.1.
Generally the following condition must be satisfied
I
RMS
1 P T
PBR BR
R T
BR C
2
4.11.3 Control of the External Braking Power
The braking resistance average power is defined by the following
formula:
P = 0.2 J
tot
a aa aa
2
f
where: P = Dissipated power
J
tot
= Total inertia ( Kgm
2
)
a aa aa = Max speed ( rad/sec )
f = Cycle frequency in Herz (number of cycles per sec-
ond).
f = 1/T
BR
(sec)
4.11.4 External Resistance Interaction with the System Parameters
When the external braking resistance is installed it is always necessary
to carry out some modifications in the parameters.
See chapter 10, BRAKING RES menu for furthers details.
4.11.5 Choice of the Thermal Relay for Brake Resistor
Here is a procedure aimed at stating the coordination of a thermal relay
for the protection of the resistor bank in case of a sudden component
failure (not detected), when the DC bus power supply is continuously
connected to the braking resistance.
It is important to remember that the drives are supplied with a I
2
t function
for the resistor bank protection; such a function is in a position to avoid
any possible overload but it cannot protect against component failure
that might render impossible the logical control of the braking resistor
current.
As stated in the dimensioning procedure for the bus braking system,
the resistor bank has, with a given ambient condition, a possible
instantaneous overload defined as
E
max BR
in [Joule] or as a product given by
P
max_BR
x T
max_BR
[Joule]
supplied by the producer of the resistor. Such parameters are able to
define the resistor overload possibility in case of continuous maximum
power peaks.
According to E
max BR
and to the peak power value, which the resistor
bank is subject to, P
PBR
= V
2
BR
/ R
BR
(V
BR
= 780 V, default) the maxi-
mum time for the peak power application is calculated as
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T
max BR
= E
max BR
/ P
PBR
Furthermore, the peak current on the resistors is
I
PK
= V
BR
/ R
BR
Therefore, the time/current curves of the thermal relays are must have an
overload ratio requiring a thermal relay intervention time lower than T
max BR
.
Given that K, the overload ratio obtained from the curves, the current
value to which the thermal relay has to be set is:
I
term
= I
PK
/ k
Now it is necessary to check that the product V
BR
x I
term
is higher than
the average power, which can be dissipated on the resistor bank; such
value is stated during the dimensioning procedure of the braking system.
In case the above-mentioned conditions are not satisfied, it is necessary
to use a thermal relay with a time/current feature able to obtain a K
factor lower than the one stated above.
The thermal relays to be used are those coordinated for the protection
of three-phase motors. In this case it is advisable to use all the three
contacts which have to be connected in series to be able to break the
substantial DC voltage involved.
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4.12 Buffering the Regulator Supply
When no external power supply is available on the terminals 15 and 16
of the regulation card, the power supply of the control section is derived
from a switching power supplier (SMPS) of the DC link circuit. The drive
is disabled as soon as the voltage of the DC Link circuit is below the
threshold value (U
Buff
). The regulator supply is buffered by the energy of
the DC Link circuit until the limit value (U
min
) is reached. The buffer time
is determined by the capacitance of the DC Link capacitors. The
minimum values are shown in the table below. The buffer time (t
Buff
) can
be extended (only on 11 kW drive and higher) by connecting external
capacitors in parallel (on terminal C (+ bus) and D(- bus)).
Table 4.12.1: DC Link Buffer Time
Internal
Buffer time t
Buff Maximum Maximum
capacitance (minimum value) with the permissible power required
XVy-EV internal capacitance at : external by switched
AC Input AC Input capacitance mode power
C
std voltage =400V voltage =460V supply
[F] [s] [s]
C
ext
[F] P
SMPS
[W]
10306 220 0.165 0.25 0 65
10408 330 0.24 0.37 0 65
10612 330 0.24 0.37 0 65
20816 830 0.62 0.95 0 65
21020 830 0.62 0.95 0 65
21530 830 0.62 0.95 0 65
32040 1500 1.12 1.72 1500 65
32550 1500 1.12 1.72 1500 65
43366 1800 1.54 2.3 4500 70
43570 1800 1.54 2.3 4500 70
44590 2200 1.88 2.8 4500 70
455110 3300 2.83 4.2 4500 70
570140 4950 4.24 6.3 4500 70
5100180 4950 4.24 6.3 4500 70
6125230 6600 5.6 8.1 0 70
7145290 6600 5.6 8.1 0 70
7190350 9900 8.4 12.1 0 70
7230420 14100 12.8 17.2 0 70
8280400 14100 12.8 17.2 0 70
8350460 14100 12.8 17.2 0 70
9470650 29700 12.1 36.4 0 140
9560650 56400 12.1 36.4 0 140
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SMPS = Switched Mode Power Supply
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 4 Wiring Procedure 81
Figure 4.12.1: Buffering the Regulator Supply by Means of Additional Intermediate Circuit
Capacitors
3Ph~
P
E
1
/
U
1
/
L
1
V
1
/
L
2
W
1
/
L
3
B
R
1
U
2
/
T
1
V
2
/
T
2
W
2
/
T
3
C D
P
E
2
/
F1
1
C
x
1
C1
x
1
C2
x
= +
C 900 V or
X DC
NOTE! When connecting the intermediate circuit terminals C and D the AC
Input side must be protected with superfast semiconductor fuses!
Formula for calculating the size of the external capacitors:
fA018
Cext =
2 P SMPS t Buff 10
6
U
2
Buff - U
2
min
- Cstd
C
ext
, C
std
[F]
P
SMPS
[W] U
Buff
= 400 V at U
LN
= 400 V
t
Buff
[s] U
Buff
= 460 V at U
LN
= 460 V
U
Buff
, U
min
[V] U
min
= 250 V
Calculation example
A XVy-EV 43570 drive is operated with an AC Input supply U
LN
= 400 V.
A voltage failure buffer is required for max. 1.5 s.
P
SMPS
70 W t
Buff
1.5 s
U
Buff
400 V U
min
250 V
C
std
1800 F
C ext =
(400 V)
2
- (250 V)
2
- 1800mF = 2154 mF - 1800mF = 354mF
2 . 70 W . 1.5 s . 10 F / F
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4.13 Discharge Time of the DC-Link
Table 4.13.1: DC Link Discharge Time
XVy-EV
I
2N Time (seconds)
10306 3.5 90
10408 4.9
10612 6.5
20816 8.3
21020 12.1
21530 15.4
32040 23.1 220
32550 29.7
43366 34
43570 41
44590 55
455110 69 90
570140 81
5100180 110
6125230 124
7145290 161
7190350 183
7230420 218
8280400 282
8350460 348
9330660 485
9560650 580
txv0280
300
205
150
60
120
This is the minimum time that must be elapsed when a SIEIDrive - XVy-
EV drive is disconnected from the AC Input before an operator may
service parts inside the drive to avoid electric shock hazard.
CONDITION The value consider the time to turn-off for a drive supplied at 480Vac
+10%, without any options, (the loads on the switching supply are the
regulation card, the keypad and the 24Vdc fans if mounted).
The drive is disconnected from the line. This represents the worst case
condition.
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Chapter 5 - Sizing Criteria
Because of the high performance obtained by the drive/brushless motor
set, the dynamic performance of the entire system is strongly influenced
by the mechanics of the system itself.
In particular, the following considerations are important:
- the degree of precision depends on the sensor and not on the motor
- the response speed depends on the transmission rigidity (mechani-
cal passband)
- the system audible noise, sometimes very strong, does not depend
on the motor and/or on the electronics, but on a mechanical design
which is not suitable for the required performance.
- the motor noise is due to continuous acceleration and braking. In
such conditions, motor overheating may occur, which may not be
due to a too-small motor.
- the passband controlling the drive depends on the mechanics, as it
is not possible to stabilize the electronics to a period less than 3
times the ring time of the system mechanical oscillations.
The choice of the mechanical transmission must be carried out, therefore,
according to the application. In mandrel applications, with significant
transmitted power and marginal dynamic performance, common reducer
transmissions are used. In this case, that is the optimum economical
choice.
In case of axis applications, where the system dynamic performance is
fundamental, the required torque is often equal to the sum of the motor
and load inertial torques. The use of a reduction ratio in the transmission
reduces, on one side, the load inertia influence, but, on the other, it
increases the motor side. In such applications, therefore, direct coupling
is normally used.
With direct coupling, the system dynamics are influenced by the shaft
torsional rigidity and by the relative resonance frequency. The drive
and motor are capable of much higher bandwidth than the mechanics.
After choosing the motor and the transmission, it is necessary to check
the application.
In case of applications whose speed and load are constant or variable
for periods longer than the motor time constant, it is sufficient to check
that the maximum load is within the capacity limits stated for the motor
and the drive.
On the contrary, in applications where the load changes according to a
faster cycle, do the following:
- Trace a cycle speed/time diagram, remembering that the reaching
of a precise position or speed value requires, apart from the time
set by the system limit accelerations, a settling period equal to 3
times the period of the system passband.
- Refer the system inertia and loads back to the motor axis.
- Calculate the acceleration cycle and the cycle of the relative inertial
torques.
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- State the cycle torque/time diagram by adding the inertial torques
to the loads.
- Calculate from the torque/time diagram the cycle effective torque.
If the cycle is made up of n duration segments t
1
, t
2
, ... t
n
, and of
their corresponding torques C
1
, C
2
, ... C
n
, the cycle effective torque
is given by:
C =
eff
t + t + + t
1 2 n
C
1 1 2 2 n n
2 2 2
t + C t + + C t
- Calculate, with the same formula, the average quadratic speed.
- Calculate the cycle average torque.
- Calculate the maximum duration period of the cycle maximum torque.
- Calculate the torque required with the cycle maximum speed.
- Calculate the cycle maximum torque.
The motor and the electronic have to be checked on the basis of the
obtained data.
5.1 Motor Check
The motor check phases are:
- check of the peak torque
- thermal Sizing
- electrical Sizing
Check of the demagnetization current
Such control is performed by comparing directly the maximum value of
the peak current, which is obtained using the following formula, and the
motor demagnetization current.
K
t
C
pk
I =
pk
2
where:
C
pk
= cycle peak torque
K
t
= motor torque constant
Check of the thermal sizing
Check first that the point C
eff
, a
eff
is within the area of the motor
continuous operating range.
In particular, calculate the motor temperature increase, given by the rela-
tion:
T =
max
L
n
65
)
2
(

eff
L
0
L +
n )
2
(
T
n
C
eff
where:
L
n
= motor rated losses
T
n
= motor rated torque
a
n
= motor rated speed
L
0
= motor rated losses in
n
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If the maximum temperature is higher than the motor maximum, a bigger
motor is needed.
Check of the electric sizing
In this case, it is necessary to check that at maximum speed, the voltage
required by the motor is lower or equal to that supplied by the drive with
the minimum expected power supply voltage. The following relation must
be satisfied:
V =
max
K
e pk w
+ R w
K
t
C
pk
)
2
(
(
2
P
N
)
2
K
t
C
pk
w
pk w
L
+
E
min
where:
E
min
= minimum voltage supplied by the drive
K
e
= motor voltage constant

pk
= cycle maximum speed
R
w
= motor terminal to terminal resistance
C
pk
= cycle maximum torque
K
t
= motor torque constant
P
N
= motor pole number
L
w
= motor terminal to terminal inductance
If such condition is not satisfied, it is necessary to choose a motor with
a winding suitable for a higher speed; in this case a higher current will
be needed.
5.2 Check of the Drive Size
The drive size is chosen according to the torque to be supplied to the
motor with a specific winding, from where the needed energy is derived.
The peak and average currents required by the drive are provided by:
I =
med
K
t
K
t
C
ave
C
pk
I =
max
where:
C
pk
= cycle maximum torque
C
ave
= cycle average torque
K
t
= motor torque constant
The drive must be in a position to develop continuous and peak currents
higher than the calculated values; remember that the drive maximum
current must be compared to I
max
only if the relative time is lower than 2
seconds; if not, the drive must have a rated current higher than I
max
.
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5.3 Application Example: Flying Cut
Consider a continuous belt moving cutter.
The cutter is mounted on a carriage. The belt speed is 5 m/s.
The cutter must, with a command, increase its speed till reaching the
belt, get synchronized with the belt speed, keep such speed for 300 ms
(cutting time T
t
), brake and return to the rest position.
The total stroke of the cutter carriage is 5 m. The cutter weighs 80 kilos
plus the motor weight.
As the mechanical transmission system is rather complex, it is necessary
to provide a speed stabilization time T
st
with transients to about 150 ms.
The cutting space with a constant speed is given by:
S
t
= V
t
x (T
t
+ T
st
) = 5 x (300 x 10
-3
+ 150 x 10
-3
) = 2.25 m
The carriage will run across the remaining space during its acceleration
and deceleration phase. If these two spaces are equal:
S
acc
= S
dec
= (S
tot
- S
t
) / 2 = (5 - 2.25) / 2 = 1.375 m
The average speed during the acceleration is:
V
med
= V
max
/ 2 = 5 / 2 = 2.5 m/s
The acceleration and deceleration times are:
T
acc
= S
acc
/ V
med
= 1.375 / 2.5 = 550 ms
The acceleration (and deceleration) is:
a = V
max
/ T
acc
= 5 / 0.55 = 9.091 m/s
2
Assuming that the motor weight is about 20 kilos, the required inertial
power is:
F = a x (M
carr
+ M
mot
) = 9.091 x (80 + 20) = 909.091 N
The total semi-cycle time is:
T
sc
= 2 x T
acc
+ T
st
+ T
t
= 2 x 0.550 + 0.150 + 0.300 = 1.55 s
The transmission is carried out via a pinion and a rack. The pinion di-
mensions are:
diameter Dp = 40 mm
length hp = 30 mm
The speed, acceleration and inertia brought to the motor axis are:
Speed: a
max
= V
max
/ (Dp/2) = 5 / (0.04/2) = 250 rad/s
Acceleration: m
a
= a / (D
p
/2) = 9.091/ (0.04/2) = 454.545 rad/s
2
Inertia: J = M
tot
x (D
p
/2)
2
= 100 x (0.04/2)
2
= 0.04 kgm
2
The pinion inertia is given by:
Jp = (D
p
/2)
4
x h
p
x x 6 = 5.806 x 10
-5
Kgm
2
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where 6 is the density of the material forming the pinion (steel).
Check now a SBM75.30.3 motor with an inertia of 0.0017 kgm
2
.
The total inertia is:
J
tot
= J + J
p
+ 0.0017 = 0.04 + 5.806 x 10
-5
+ 0.0017 = 0.0417 kgm
2
Assuming a pinion efficiency equal to 0.95, the maximum torque
(overload) required to the motor is:
C
max
= m
a
x J
tot
/ 0.95 = 454.545 x 0.0417 / 0.95 = 19.98 Nm
The average (continuative) and effective torques are therefore, supposing
null the torque at constant speed:
C
med
= C
max
x T
acc
x 2 / T
sc
= 14.179 Nm
C
eff
= C
max
x (2 x T
acc
/ T
sc
)
1/2
= 16.832 Nm
As the cycle effective torque is higher than the motor rated torque at
nominal speed, a motor of a bigger size must be chosen.
Repeating the operations for a SBM77.30.3 motor with an inertia of 0.0023
kgm
2
, the obtained average torque is 14.383 Nm while the effective torque
is 17.073 Nm. The motor is therefore suitable for the application with a
high margin, considering that its nominal torque at nominal speed is 18.8
Nm.
Given the torque constant Kt = 1.50, the average and maximum current
absorbed by the motor are:
I
max
= C
max
/ K
t
= 12.8 A
rms
I
med
= C
med
/ K
t
= 9.09 A
rms
The drive size to be used with the present application is therefore XVy-EV
21020.
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Chapter 6 - Maintenance
6.1 Care
The drives of the XVy series must be installed according to the relevant
installation regulations. They do not require any particular maintenance.
They should not be cleaned with a wet or moist cloth. The power supply
must be switched off before cleaning.
6.2 Service
The screws of all terminals on the drive should be re-tightened two weeks
after initial commissioning.
This should be repeated each year. If the drives have been stored for
more than three years, the capacitance of the intermediate circuit
capacitors may have been impaired. Before commissioning these drives,
it is advisable to supply power to the drives for at least two hours in
order to regain the capacitor original ratings.
To this purpose apply an input voltage without applying any load on
the output.
After these steps, the drive is ready to be installed without limits.
6.3 Repairs
Repairs of the drive should only be carried out by qualified personnel
(suggested by the manufacturer).
If you carry out a repair on your own, observe the following points:
- When ordering spare parts do not only state the drive type but also
the drive serial number. It is also useful to state the type of the
regulation card and the system software version.
- When changing the cards ensure that the positions of switches and
jumpers are observed!
6.4 Customer Service
For customer service, please refer to your Gefran office.
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Chapter 7 - Settings and Commissioning
7.1 PC Configurator
The configurator GF-eXpress is a program supplied together with the
product.
Its installation requires a PC with MS Windows ME/XP/VISTA or Win-
dows NT4/2000 system, with minimum 8 Mb RAM.
The configurator communicates with the drive using the Slink-3 proto-
col.
Together with the drive parameterization, the configurator allows
downloading the firmware in order to create some personalized appli-
cations using the MDPlc development environment.
7.2 Commissioning
Before powering up the drive, carry out the following verifications:
- Check the connections with the line L1, L2, L3
- Check the connections with the motor U, V, W
- Check the breaking resistance connection (if present)
- Check the connections between the encoder and XE connector
- Check the input connection 24Vdc (if present)
- Check the I/O connections
- Check all the drive and motor ground connections
After having checked as shown above, its possible now to power the
drive; then check:
- Line voltage (max permissible voltage 480Vac + 10%)
- Voltage of the intermediate circuit DC bus (270-350 for input volt-
age 230Vac, 480-650Vdc for input voltage 400Vac, 432-528 for input
voltage 480Vac; if the measured voltage is not in the indicated range,
check the line voltage)
7.2.1 Connection with the PC
The drive is delivered from the factory with a standard configuration in
the speed mode. The input and output state is already programmed as
in the following example; therefore user is able to start up the drive
control and run the motor immediately (when used a motor series SBM
with encoder sin.cos at 2048 p/r).
To perform the correct parameter settings, its necessary to use the
configurator GF-eXpress. Connect the drive to your PC using the serial
communication as suggested in the manual; check that the termination
resistance switch is on the 120 ohm position.
GF-eXpress configurator
1) Install the GF-eXpress application from the attached CD-rom (setup.exe,
in GF-eXpress folder).
2) Install the Catalog application from the attached CD-rom (setup.exe,
in XVyBasic folder).
3) From Windows Start / Programs / GEFRAN menu run the GF-eXpress
command to start the configurator.
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4) Select DRIVES
5) Select XVy Servodrive or XVyA
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If the PC is connected to the drive via the serial link, the programme
recognises the size of the drive and the firmware version.
Otherwise, a window Manual is displayed to modify the connection
settings. Alternatively, it is possible to continue by deselecting ON LINE
MODE, when the parameter file (the Basic firmware versions installed
will be displayed, e.g. V.4.37 Basic) and the size of the drive must be
selected manually.
6) At this point there are 2 options:
Wizard:
A guided procedure for easy setup of the drive: windows will open
from which the basic setup of the drive, the motor, the loop current,
the control method and feedback.
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Parameters
For expert users, a list is displayed of all parameters resident in the
drive: the data are subdivided into several windows and into
Windows-type tree-structure menus.
7.2.2 Essential Parameters Set up
The essential parameters to check before starting the motor are:
MENU PARAMETER
MONITOR IPA 20053, Drive size
DRIVE CONFIG IPA 20000, Drive Max Curr
MOTOR DATA IPA 20002, Motor poles
ENCODER PARAM IPA 20010, XE Enc Type
IPA 20011, XE Enc ppr
IPA 20012, XE Enc Supply
SPEED IPA 20003, Full Scale Speed
Its now possible to enable the drive and rotate the motor in the function
of the inputs configuration and setup. As an example three types of
configurations are described.
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7.2.3 Speed Mode Configuration Example
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Digital input 0
Digital input 1
0 V (+24V)
+24V OUT
Analog input 0
Analog input 1
Analog output 0
0V
+10V
Digital input 4
Digital input 5
Digital input 6
Digital input 7
Digital output 3
Relay-NO
Relay-COM
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Supply-DO
COM-DO
Digital output 0
Digital output 1
+24V IN
COM-DI
Analog output 1
- 10V
Digital output 2
Digital output 4
Digital output 5
Relay-NC
Strip X1 Function max
Programmable/configurable analog differential input. Signal: terminal 1.
Reference point: terminal 2. Default setting:"[3] Speed Ref 1".
Programmable/configurable analog differential input. Signal: terminal 3.
Reference point: terminal 4. Default setting: none
Reference point for Digital inputs, terminals 6, 7, 8 , 9, 22, 23, 24 and 25.
Drive enable; 0V or open: inverter disabled; +15+30V: Drive enabled
Programmable digital input, default setting: [4] Start / Stop
Programmable digital input, default setting: [8] Ramp In = 0
Programmable digital input, default setting: [9] Reverse
Supply input for digital outputs
Reference point for digital outputs, terminals: 12 and 13
Programmable digital output, default setting: [3] Speed Reached
Programmable digital output, default setting: Speed 0 thr
+24V DC supply output. Reference point: terminal 16
+24V DC supply input
Reference point for +24 V
DC
I/O
Programmable analog output, default setting: [1] Actual speed
Programmable analog output, default setting: [2] Motor current
Analog output reference point
Reference voltage +10V, reference point: terminal 19
Reference voltage - 10V, reference point: terminal 19
Programmable digital input, default setting: [10] End Run Reverse
Programmable digital input, default setting: [11] End Run Forward
Programmable digital input, default setting: [3] External fault
Programmable digital input, default setting: [2] Drive reset
Programmable digital output, default setting: none
Drive OK N.O. contact
Drive OK N.C. contact
Drive OK common contact
10V
0.25mA
+10V/10mA
-10V
+30V
3.2mA @ 15V
5mA @ 24V
6.4mA @ 30V
+30V/40mA
-
+30V/40mA
+22...28V
120mA@24V
-
-
10V/5mA
-
+10V/10mA
-10V/10mA
+30V
3.2mA @ 15V
5mA @ 24V
6.4mA @ 30V
+30V/40mA
250 V AC
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7.2.4 Position Mode Configuration Example
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Digital input 0
Digital input 1
0 V (+24V)
+24V OUT
Analog input 0
Analog input 1
Analog output 0
0V
+10V
Digital input 4
Digital input 5
Digital input 6
Digital input 7
Digital output 3
Relay-NO
Relay-COM
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Supply-DO
COM-DO
Digital output 0
Digital output 1
+24V IN
COM-DI
Analog output 1
- 10V
Digital output 2
Digital output 4
Digital output 5
Relay-NC
Strip X1 Function max
Not configured
Not configured
Reference point for Digital inputs, terminals 6, 7, 8 , 9, 22, 23, 24 and 25.
Drive enable; 0V or open: inver ter disabled; +15+30V: Drive enabled
Programmable digital input, configured as: [1009] POS Start Pos
Programmable digital input, configured as: [1007] POS 0 Search
Programmable digital input, configured as: [1015] POS 0 Sensor
Supply input for digital outputs
Reference point for digital outputs, terminals: 12 and 13
Programmable digital output, configured as: [1002] POS Pos reached
Programmable digital output, default setting: Speed 0 thr
+24V DC supply output. Reference point: terminal 16
+24V DC supply input
Reference point for +24 V
DC
I/O
Programmable analog output, default setting: [1] Actual speed
Programmable analog output, default setting: [2] Motor current
Analog output reference point
Programmable digital input, default setting: [10] End Run Reverse
Programmable digital input, default setting: [11] End Run Forward
Programmable digital input, default setting: [3] External fault
Programmable digital input, default setting: [2] Drive reset
Programmable digital output, default setting: none
Drive OK N.O. contact
Drive OK N.C. contact
Drive OK common contact
10V
0.20mA
+30V
3.2mA @ 15V
5mA @ 24V
6.4mA @ 30V
+30V/40mA
-
+30V/25mA
+24 V 10%
120mA
+24 V 10%
1A
-
10V/5mA
-
+10V/10mA
-10V/10mA
+30V
3.2mA @ 15V
5mA @ 24V
6.4mA @ 30V
+30V/25mA
250 V AC
1A AC11
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Digital input 0
Digital input 1
0 V (+24V)
+24V OUT
Analog input 0
Analog input 1
Analog output 0
0V
+10V
Digital input 4
Digital input 5
Digital input 6
Digital input 7
Digital output 3
Relay-NO
Relay-COM
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Digital input 2
Digital input 3
Supply-DO
COM-DO
Digital output 0
Digital output 1
+24V IN
COM-DI
Analog output 1
- 10V
Digital output 2
Digital output 4
Digital output 5
Relay-NC
Strip X1 Function max
Not configured
Not configured
Reference point for Digital inputs, terminals 6, 7, 8 , 9, 22, 23, 24 and 25.
Drive enable; 0V or open: inverter disabled; +15+30V: Drive enabled
Programmable digital input, configured as: [4] Start / Stop
Programmable digital input, configured as: [2001] ELS Ratio Sel B0
Programmable digital input, configured as: [2002] ELS Ratio Sel B1
Supply input for digital outputs
Reference point for digital outputs, terminals: 12 and 13
Programmable digital output, configured as: Speed 0 thr
Programmable digital output, not configured
+24V DC supply output. Reference point: terminal 16
+24V DC supply input
Reference point for +24 V
DC
I/O
Programmable analog output, default setting: [1] Actual speed
Programmable analog output, default setting: [2] Motor current
Analog output reference point
Programmable digital input, configured as: [2003] ELS Inc Ratio
Programmable digital input, configured as: [2004] ELS Dec Ratio
Programmable digital input, default setting: [3] External fault
Programmable digital input, default setting: [2] Drive reset
Programmable digital output, default setting: none
Drive OK N.O. contact
Drive OK N.C. contact
Drive OK common contact
10V
0.20mA
+30V
3.2mA @ 15V
5mA @ 24V
6.4mA @ 30V
+30V/40mA
-
+30V/25mA
+24 V 10%
120mA
+24 V 10%
1A
-
10V/5mA
-
+10V/10mA
-10V/10mA
+30V
3.2mA @ 15V
5mA @ 24V
6.4mA @ 30V
+30V/25mA
250 V AC
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7.2.5 Electrical Line Shaft Mode Configuration Example
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7.3 Download Firmware
The standard firmware loaded at the factory is an application called
Basic.
The Basic Application Firmware consists of 2 files:
- the firmware (XVyBasicVX_XX.sre)
- the parameter fi l e, the user' s tool for the dri ve tuni ng
(XVyBasicVX_XX.gfe).
The firmware upgrade can be performed making reference to
the following points.
1. Open the GF-eXpress configurator.
2. Select the used drive in the displayed window and enable the com-
munication with the drive via the "Target/connect" menu.
3 Open the parameter file of the old firmware version
4 Read all parameters through the Read All Target Parameter com-
mand in the Parameter menu
5. Perform the Download Firmware command via the "Service" menu.
6. The XVyBasicVX_XX.sre file of the last version is default (*) stated;
choose this file and perform the Load command.
(*) In case it is not found, search the .gfe file with the Browser
button (the file is default located in the path \GEFRAN\CATALOG\
Drives\SERVODRIVE\XVy\XVy-x-xy).
7. Now the firmware download is active; the display shows the quantity
of data (Byte number) which are being transferred.
8. Reset the drive with the configurator reset command or disable and
afterwards enable again the 24 VDC voltage.
9. Perform the "Load default Target values" command via the "Param-
eters" menu and answer yes to the question "Save them into target
?".
10. Reset the drive using the configurator "reset" command or switch
the device off and then on again.
11. The firmware update is now over; the user can reload the parameters
via the Write All Target Parameter command in the Parameter
menu or he can tune the drive
Upgrade from version 3.XX to version 4.XX
The XVy-EV drive is not compatible with 3.X versions.
It is therefore not possible to load firmware earlier than version 4.X onto
this drive.
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7.4 Automatic Electric Phasing Procedure for Encoder/
Resolver
The knowledge of the right phase relation between the current and the
motor magnetic angle is fundamental for the drive performances.
The simple electric and automatic phasing sequence of the XVy drive
allows to store the phasing angle in a drive parameter (electric phasing) in
order to constantly supply precise information about the phase of the
position/speed motor feedback (encoder/resolver).
Such procedure has to be performed every time the XVy drive is used with
NON-Gefran motors. All Gefran motors, on the contrary, are factory-phased
(mechanical phasing).
Before performing the automatic electric phasing, it is advisable to check
the encoder/resolver connections (as described in the paragraph "En-
coder Control/Drive Connections") and the power/U-V-W phase sequence
connections.
Note! The following procedure must be performed using incremental encoders with zero
pulse.
If using an encoder without zero pulse the procedure cannot be completed and will
be aborted as unsuccessful.
Procedure
If this procedure is performed using the software of the GF-eXpress
configurator, the following sequence has to be respected:
1. Start the software of the GF-eXpress configurator (from the Windows
Start menu)
2. Enable the "MONITOR Window" function
3. Display in MONITOR Window the Enc Mech Offset (IPA 20058) pa-
rameter and the Enc Offset (IPA 20057) parameter (from the Service-
>Phasing menu)
4. Remove any mechanical coupling from the motor shaft, so that it can
move freely
5. Set the Mot Nominal Curr (IPA 20001) parameter, with the value
referring to the motor rated current (from the TUNING / PHASING menu)
6. Set the Application Sel (IPA 18140) parameter as "Phasing" (from
the TUNING menu)
7. Save the parameters (Command "Save parameters (*) ).
8. Perform the command "Drive Reset" or switch the drive off and on
again
9. Enable the drive using the Digital 0 Input
10. Check that the drive performs a current ramp till the limit set in the Mot
Nominal Curr (IPA 20001) parameter while the motor rotor carries
out a small movement
11. After a few seconds the motor starts rotating and stops in a fixed
position after performing a revolution. If the motor is SIEI-marked, make
sure that it rotates in a clockwise direction (from the motor shaft side);
with NON- Gefran,motors, check the wiring on the power cables be-
tween the drive and the motor.
The counting of the encoder/revolver must increase (see 4.4.5 "En-
coder Control/Drive Connections" paragraph ) during the motor ro-
tation.
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12. Check the value of the Enc Mech Offset (IPA 20058) parameter
keeping the drive enabled. If the motor has been supplied by Gefran,
the parameter value has to be near the zero (values in the range of
4 degrees are allowed) because Gefran motors are factory phased
(mechanically) with the XVy-EV Gefran drives.
13. Perform the command "Save parametesr (*) by keeping the drive
enabled. The current value of the phasing angle is stored in the Enc
Mech Offset (IPA 20058) parameter
14. Disable the drive
15. Set the Application Sel (IPA 18140) parameter (from the SERVICE
menu) with the original selection "Basic" (factory default) or "Plc"
16. Save the parameters (command "Save parameters (*))
17. Use the command "Drive Reset" or switch the drive off and on again
At the end of this electric and automatic phasing procedure, it is
suggested to configure the XVy drive with a speed mode and to check
the motor functioning procedure.
(*) it is possible to run Save parameters in the following ways:
- Ctrl+Alt+S
- from the Parameters menu
- Save parameters into target key
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Chapter 8 - Keypad Operation
8.1 Keypad Description
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It is used to:
- control operation, when this user option is selected (DRIVE CONFIG
/ KEYPAD, Enable I-O Keys IPA20022 = Keys Enabled)
- display speed, voltage, diagnostics, etc., during operation
- set parameters
8.1.1 LED
The LEDs meaning can be summarized as follows:
- Torque (yellow) This LED is ON when the drive is running with
negative torque.
+ Torque (yellow) This LED is ON when the drive is running with
positive torque.
Alarm (red) This LED starts to blink in case of a fault condi-
tion of the drive. During normal operation this LED
will be OFF.
Enable (green) This LED is ON when the drive is power supplied
and enabled.
ZeroSpeed (yellow) This LED is ON when the motor speed is zero.
LIMIT (yellow) This LED is ON if the drive reaches its torque
limit. During normal operation this LED will be
OFF.
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8.1.2 Function Keys
The keypad has nine function keys with different modes defined by the
state of the keypad itself.
Control
Keys
+
Jog

Help
Alarm

Escape

Home
Enter

Shift
Text reference
START
STOP
+
[Jog] (*)
-
[Rotation
control] (*)
Down
[Help]
Up
[Alarm]
Left
[Escape]
Enter
[Home]
Shift
Function
START key commands the drive to Enable and Start
The Enable I-O Keys parameter must be enabled (DRIVE CONFIG /
KEYPAD menu)
STOP key commands to Stop and disable; holding it for 2 seconds disables
the drive. The Enable I-O Keys parameter must be enabled (DRIVE CONFIG
/ KEYPAD menu).
The plus key increases the reference velocity for the Motor pot. function
[Jog, when the Shift key is pressed first].
See paragraph 8.2
The minus key reduces the reference velocity for the Motor pot. function
[Control of direction of rotation. When the Shift key is pressed, it changes
the motor direction of rotation (in Jog mode and in Motor pot function)].
See paragraph 8.2
Used to scroll down menu items in menu navigation, picklists in selectors,
or digit values in numeric editing.
[After pressing Shift key, an item-specific information menu is entered when
applicable]
Used to scroll up menu items in menu navigation, picklists in selectors, or
digit values in numeric editing.
[After pressing Shift key, the Alarm list display mode is entered. Active alarms
and Alarms pending for acknowledge can be browsed with Up / Down arrows
keys. Left arrow key returns to normal mode.
Used to go down one level in menu navigation; to scroll digits in numeric
edit mode, to return to normal mode from alarm list or Help modes.
[After pressing Shift key, it is used to Escape out of numeric edit or selection
with no change].
Used to go up one level in menu navigation; to enter Selections or numeric
values after editing, to issue commands, to acknowledge alarms in the Alarm
list mode.
[Home second function, return to Monitor menu from any main menu level].
Shift button enables the keypad second functions (Rotation control, Jog,
Help, Alarm, Escape, Home)
[...] Secondary function. Press Shift to activate these functions.
(*) The Jog and + / - keys (Motor potentiometer) can be activated only when the speed and current are displayed (press
Left in the Monitor menu)
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8.1.3 Display - Using keypad
At drive power on, the display shown: drive configuration (Basic or Plc)
and the firmware version.
After few seconds the display will shown the speed in rpm.
By pressing the Down or Up key, the load in Arms will be displayed.
Pressing LEFT causes the display to show the parameter mode. The
first MONITOR menu is displayed.
Press Enter to go to the MONITOR menu and display the Start Status
parameter.
Pressing Down displays the next parameter Ramp Output
Pressing Enter displays the value of the parameter.
1) Menu This field shows the index for the menu currently displayed
(E.g. MONITOR menu).
2) Parameter This field shows the name of the parameter currently
displayed (E.g. Start Status = IPA 20500).
3)Select / Value This field shows the selection or true value of the parameter
selected.
Note! When three asterisks (***) are displayed this means the
number of characters to be displayed exceeds the field
length. In that case you can display the information using a
PC and the GF-eXpress configuration software.
XVyBasic
Sync FW V. 4.XX
Enter
XVyBasic
MONITOR
Flt Motor Speed
0.0 rpm
MONITOR
Start Status
Enter
MONITOR
Ramp Output
Ramp Output
0.0 rpm
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Figure 8.1.3.1: Navigation within the menus
Enter
XVyBasic
MONITOR
XVyBasic
SAVE / LOAD PAR
XVyBasic
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XVyBasic
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Enter
Enter
POSITION
POSITION FUNC
POSITION
POS THR CONFIG
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Main Menu 2nd Level Menu 3rd Level Menu
POSITION
POS PRESET 0 <-
Enter
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POS PRESET 0
ANALOG POS REF
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POSITION
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Full list of menus and parameters in chapter 10.
8.2 Keypad operations
Changing parameters
XVyBasic
DRIVE CONFIG <-
Enter
Drive config
KEYPAD <-
Drive config
Mains Voltage
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MAIN VOLTAGE
380 Vrms
Enter
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From the DRIVE CONFIG menu, press Enter.
Press three times to select the
parameter.
Down
Mains Voltage
Press Enter
Press Enter
Mains Voltage
460/480 Vrms
4
Set the voltage values using the or
keys.
Up
Down
Enter
Mains Voltage
460/480 Vrms
5
Press the cursor will start blinking. Enter,
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Saving parameters
XVyBasic
SAVE / LOAD PAR <-
SAVE / LOAD PAR
Save parameters
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Enter
Enter
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From the SAVE / LOAD PAR menu, press . Enter
Press again to save the settings. Enter
SAVE / LOAD PAR
Save now
SAVE / LOAD PAR
Save done.
SAVE / LOAD PAR
Save Parameters
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The display will show the confirmation messages
and Save now Save done.
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When the operation is complete, the display will
show again. Save Parameters
Loading default parameters
The default parameters relate to the size of the drive, which is not modified by this
operation.
XVyBasic
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SAVE / LOAD PAR
Load Default Par
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Enter
Enter
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From the SAVE / LOAD PAR menu, press Enter.
Press Enter
SAVE / LOAD PAR
Load now
SAVE / LOAD PAR
Load done.
SAVE / LOAD PAR
Load Default Par
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The display will show the confirmation messages
and Load now Load done.
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show the parameter again. Load Default Par
SAVE / LOAD PAR
Save parameters
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Press the key to select the
parameter.
Down
Load Default Par
Reset alarms and drives
See section 8.3.1.
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Jog function
The drive should be enabled: + 24Vdc at terminal 6.
XVyBasic
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Shift
Flt Motor Speed
0.0 rpm
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Start
Left
The speed display is enabled (or press
or to enable current display). Down Up,
Press to enable the secondary
functions, then press to
Shift
+ pass
to the set reference
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and press to decrease the reference
speed and pass to the set reference

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Flt Motor Speed
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Flt Motor Speed
-150.0 rpm
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Motor potentiometer function
Enable the drive (+ 24Vdc at terminal 6) and send the Start command (+ 24Vdc at
terminal 6).
XVyBasic
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Start
Left
The speed display is enabled (or press
or to enable current display)
Down
Up,
Press to increase the reference speed. +
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then press to revert the direction rotation and
press to decrease the reference speed
Shift

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150.0 rpm
Flt Motor Speed
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8.2.1 Errors
If the operator will try to give to a parameter a wrong value (e.g. outside
the Min/Max permitted values), the display will show an "E" followed by
the numeric code of the error (e.g. E 04); to move back to Status Index
2 "Parameter Display" press any function key of the keypad.
Table 8.2.1.1: Errors list
Code E 01 Error code 1 Parameter does not exist
Code E 02 Error code 2 System error
Code E 03 Error code 3 Type does not exist
Code E 04 Error code 4 Read-only parameter
Code E 05 Error code 5 Write enabled only when drive is enabled
Code E 06 Error code 6 Value outside min value
Code E 07 Error code 7 Value outside max value
Code E 08 Error code 8 System error
Code E 09 Error code 9 Value exceed limit
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8.3 Alarms and Errors Handling
8.3.1 Alarms (Failure register)
In the event of an alarm, the Alarm LED flashes red, while the keypad
displays an alarm code and description.
Figure 8.3.1: Led Status and Keypad
A 01
IGBT desaturat
A 01
RD RA
+Torque - Torque Alarm Enable ZeroSpeed Limit
Enter
+Torque - Torque Alarm Enable ZeroSpeed Limit
A18 alarm code
115.15h time in which the alarm occurred
Enc Fbk Loss short description of alarm
RA (Reset Alarm) To reset the alarm, enable the drive and press En-
ter, then select RA with the Up or Down keys and
press Enter.
RD (Reset Drive) To reset the drive, enable the drive and press
Enter, then select RD with the Up or Down keys
and press Enter.
HIS (Alarm log) To display the alarm log, select HIS with the UP
or DOWN keys and press Enter.
Displaying the alarm log
The drive can save up to 25 alarms. The type of alarm and the moment the alarm
occurred, starting from the most recent, can be displayed using the keypad.
To enter the alarm log display mode, press the Shift + UP keys (if the drive is
not in an alarm condition) or select HIS from the list of alarms (par 8.3.1).
24 A18 100.13h
Enc Fbk Loss
24 record number
A18 alarm code
100.13h time in which the alarm occurred
Enc Fbk Loss short description of alarm
Use the UP and DOWN keys to display all the alarms that have been saved.
No alarm is displayed on the keypad if the item in the list is empty.
No Description is displayed on the keypad if the string describing the
alarm has not been defined. In that case reference should be made to the
alarm code.
24 A00 0.00h
No Alarm

24 A18 100.13h
No Description
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Table 8.3.1.1: Alarms list
Description on the keypad Description on GF-eXpress
Code A 01 IGBT desaturat Short circuit on the power section (*)
Code A 02 Overcurrent Drive overcurrent protection (*)
Code A 03 Overvoltage DC Link overvoltage (*)
Code A 04 Heatsink Ot Drive thermal protection (*)
Code A 05 Parameter Error Wrong setting of a parameter
Code A 06 Current Fbk Loss Current feedback sensor failure (*)
Code A 07 Motor Overtemp Motor thermal protection (*)
Code A 08 CPU Overtime CPU overtime error
Code A 09 Enable key error Wrong enabling key for PLC and/or DeviceNet
Code A 11 Inval Flash Par Invalid parameters value
Code A 12 Flash Fault Bad flash device
Code A 13 Brake Overpower Overpower of the braking resistor (*)
Code A 14 Reg Pwr Failure Failure on the regulation power supply (*)
Code A 15 System Warning System Warning
Code A 16 Main Loss Main power loss (*)
Code A 18 Enc Fbk Loss Encoder feedback loss (*)
Code A 19 Enc Sim Fault Encoder simulation alarm (*)
Code A 20 Undervoltage Undervoltage of the DC Link section (*)
Code A 21 Intake Air Ot Intake air temperature too high (*)
Code A 22 Regulation Ot Overtemperature of the regulation board (*)
Code A 23 Module Overtemp Overtemperature of the IGBT module (*)
Code A 24 Load Default Err Load default error (*)
Code A 25 Reset Required Reset required after a parameter modification
Code A 26 FieldBus Failure Field bus communication failure (*)
Code A 27 Enable Seq Error Wrong drive enabling sequence (*)
Code A 28 Fast Link Error Fast link communication failure (*)
Code A 29 Position Error Position error greater then the limit (*)
Code A 30 Drive Overload Drive overload alarm (*)
Code A 31 External Fault External Fault (*)
Code A 32 PLC Application PLC application not running
(*) alarms resettable with an ALARM RESET command
8.3.2 Alarm description
(A 01) IGBT desaturat
Short circuit on the motor winding or on the power bridge.
(A 02) Overcurrent
Overcurrent protection intervention.
The cause could be an incorrect setting of the current regulator gains
as compared
(A 03) Overvoltage
Overvoltage on the intermediate circuit.
The braking resistance is not connected in the right way or it is open.
The threshold is 950V.
(A 04) Heatsink Ot
Drive thermal protection.
The working cycle is too high for the drive size.
(A 05) Parameter Error
Parameters setting error.
The IPAs are showed on IPA 1 Par Set (IPA 24110) and IPA 2 Par Set (IPA
24111)
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(A 06) Current Fbk Loss
Current feedback sensor failure.
(A 07) Motor Overtemp
Intervention of the motor thermal protection.
Overtemperature on the motor winding or PTC sensor not connected to
the drive.
(A 08) CPU Overtime
On CPU Err Al Cause (IPA 18143) the cause is specified.
(A 09) Enable key error
Wrong enabling key for Plc and/or DeviceNet.
(A 11) Inval Flash Par
The parameter value is not recognized.
Do the Parameter Saving and Drive Reset commands with the correct
parameters.
(A 12) Flash Fault
Alarm on a non preset flash. Firmware error.
(A 13) Brake Overpower
The internal braking resistance is too warm because of a too high working
cycle. Wait 30 seconds and give the Drive Reset command. The
resistance temperature is calculated by an algorithm of the drive.
(A 14) Reg Pwr Failure
15V internal power supply of regulation board R-XVy is not working.
(A 15) System warning
Generic error: Check parameter 18393 for the alarm cause
(A 16) Main Loss
Power supply failure
The Powerloss function is activated.
(A 18) Enc Fbk Loss
Error detected in encoder feedback. Failure cause is specified in param-
eter Enc Warning Case (IPA 20016, ALARMS menu)
(A 19) Encoder Simulat
Encoder simulation alarm.
Check the encoder simulation parameters..
(A 20) Undervoltage
Always active when the drive is enabled.
The threshold level depends on the power supply level selected in
parameter Mains Voltage (IPA 20050), according to the following table.
Main supply DC-bus threshold undervoltage
230 VAC 225.4 VAC
380 VAC 372.3 VAC
400 VAC 391.9 VAC
415 VAC 406.6 VAC
440 VAC 431.1 VAC
460 VAC 450.7 VAC
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(A 21) Intake Air Ot
Temperature of intake air too high; detected by TAC sensor.
(A 22) Regulation Ot
Overtemperature of regulation board; detected by sensor on reg board.
(A 23) Module Overtemp
IGBT module Overtemperature; detected by sensors on Power stage.
(A 25) Reset Required
There has been a modification of one or more parameters that requires
a DRIVE RESET to be active.
(A 26) FieldBus Failure
Bus communication not present
(A 27) Enable Seq Error
Sequence error alarm
When the drive is power supplied (after the drive reset), it is active if the
digital input 0 is high.
(A 28) Fast Link Error
Fast Link communication alarm.
It occurs in slave drives when the fast link serial communication is
physically interrupted.
(A 29) Position Error
Position error alarm.
It happens in the position slaves and with the electric shaft mode when
the error is higher than the Max Pos Error (IPA 18123) parameter.
(A 30) Drive Overload
Drive overload alarm.
Drive overload duration is too high. Check drive sizing using the overload
table specified in section 2.3.3 IxT Algorythm
(A 31) External Fault
External alarm present.
A digital input has been programmed as an external alarm, but +24V is
not available on this terminal.
(A 32) PLC Application
MDPlc application not loaded.
Active only if the application selected is MDPlc.
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8.4 Saving drive parameters on the keypad
The drive parameters can be saved on the keypad for subsequent con-
figuration of another drive. The IPA and parameter value are saved on
the keypad.
To start the procedure, set the Save Param Pad parameter (SAVE / LOAD
PAR menu) to Save Now. This might take a few minutes.
Save Param Pad
Load now
Save Param Pad
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The Keypad Error message is displayed in case of an error in the keypad
memory
Keypad error
Reset required
At this stage the only option is to reset the drive by pressing
8.4.1 Configuring the drive using parameters saved on the
keypad
To configure the drive using the parameters saved on the keypad, first set
the Load Param Pad parameter (SAVE / LOAD PAR menu) to Load Now.
This might take a few minutes.
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Load Param Pad
Load now
Load Param Pad
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The drive runs a series of checks to verify the compatibility of the param-
eters. The following messages are displayed if an error occurs:
N: 20009 E: 04
Continue ?
An error occurred when writing the parameter to the drive (See list of
errors 8.2.1.1). Select Continue or Reset using the UP and DOWN keys.
Press Enter on Continue to continue. Press Enter on Reset to reset the
drive.
Press ESC to quit and complete the procedure.
Code Mismatch
Continue ?
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The software running on the drive is not the same as that used to
save the parameters. This could result in incompatibility of parameters.
Select Continue or Reset using the UP and DOWN keys. Press Enter
on Continue to continue. Press Enter on Reset to reset the drive.
Size mismatch
Continue ?
The drive is not the same size as that used to save the parameters. This
could result in incompatibility of parameters. Select Continue or Reset
using the UP and DOWN keys. Press Enter on Continue to continue.
Press Enter on Reset to reset the drive.
If any errors have occurred, the following message is displayed at the end
of the procedure:
Errors loading
Save
Otherwise the following message is displayed
Successfully
Save y
Select y or n using the UP and DOWN keys. Press Enter on y to save the
parameters to the drive. Press Enter on n if you do not wish to save the
parameters to the drive. The drive will be reset to make all the new
parameters operational.
The Keypad Error message is displayed in case of an error in the keypad
memory
Keypad error
Reset required
At this stage the only option is to reset the drive by pressing
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SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Chapter 10 - Parameters and Functions 115
Chapter 10 - Parameters and Functions
10.1 Parameters menu
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10.2 Legend
NOTA! - FLT_M = 3.40282347
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- In order to perform the Save Parameters, the Reset Drive
command, or Load Default Par (*) via the serial line, the number of
the parameter index to be brought to a high logic level
Save Parameters = 18011
Reset Drive = 18010
Load Default Par = 18017
(*) the default command does not change the parameters:
- Mains Voltage, IPA 20050
- Application Sel, IPA 18140
ENCODER P ENCODER P ENCODER P ENCODER P ENCODER PARAM ARAM ARAM ARAM ARAM
ENC EXP BOARD
20038 ABS1 Enc Div Rev [--] Dword R/Z/* 8192 1 8192
Number of division per rev of the abs tracks of the abs enc. n.1
IPA Description [Unit] Format Access Default Min Max
Parameter number
Parameter unit of measure
(u.u.=user unit)
Access: mode parameter
R = read only
W = write
Z = write only when drive disabled
* = the enabling function, related to the parameter, is active only after
the drive reset command
Parameter default value
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Parameter maximum
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Parameter name
Parameter minimum value
S = function datum of the drive size
Format : parameter format
Int = integer signed 16 bits
Enum = integer signed 16 bits
Word = integer unsigned 16 bits
Long = integer signed 32 bits
Dword = integer unsigned 32 bits
Float = floating point
Bool = 1 bit
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10.3 Parameters Description and Functions
The standard factory-loaded XVy-EV configuration (IPA 18140=0=Basic in SERVICE menu) allows torque, speed,
position and electric shaft regulation. The drive is supplied defaulted to run as a speed regulator. The four regulation
modes are correlated one with the other and are enabled via a suitable bit parameter which can be addressed as a
digital input.
The parameter list sorted as shown on the keyboard and GF-eXpress (default setting) is given below.
MONITOR MONITOR MONITOR MONITOR MONITOR
20500 Start Status [--] Word R
Condition of the drive start command.
21212 Ramp Output [rpm] Float R
Parameter reading the speed reference on the output of the ramp block.
Speed
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4 CCW Dec Ramp
18735 Out Current [Arms] Float R
Motor present current (filtered).
18805 Torque Current [Arms] Float R
Present value of the quadrature axis current (filtered).
18806 Flux Current [Arms] Float R
Present value of the direct axis current (filtered).
18807 Act Out Curr Lim [Arms] Float R
Present value of the maximum current to be supplied by the drive.
18732 Act Pos Trq Lim [%] Float R
Present torque upper limit. 100% equal to the motor rated torque.
18746 Act Neg Trq Lim [%] Float R
Present torque lower limit. 100% equal to the motor rated torque.
18739 Act Torque [%] Float R
Torque applied to motor (filtered). 100% is the rated torque of the IPA 18800 motor, Base Torque
18776 Act Torque Eng [Nm] Float R
Torque applied to motor in Nm.
18748 Ramp Reference [rpm] Float R
Ramp reference.
18749 Speed Reference [rpm] Float R
Speed reference.
18777 Motor Speed [rpm] Float R
Speed of motor.
18782 Act Out Power [kW] Float R
Value of the motor Output Power. This parameter is the resulting of the value between Torque and speed.
IPA Description [Unit] Format Access Default Min Max
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IPA Description [Unit] Format Access Default Min Max
18754 Act Pos Spd Lim [rpm] Float R
Positive speed limit.
18755 Act Neg Spd Lim [rpm] Float R
Negative speed limit.
18756 Enc Postition [mech. deg] Float R
Speed/pos feedback position.
18757 Enc Revolution [--] Float R
Revolutions number for speed/pos feedback.
18742 Out Frequency [Hz] Float R
Output frequency
18736 DC Link Voltage [V] Float R
DC link voltage (filtered).
18772 Output Voltage [Vrms] Float R
Output voltage
18710 Heatsink Temp [C] Int R
Drive heatsink temperature
18711 Intake Air Temp [C] Int R
Input air temperature. If the temperature probe is not present, the parameter always shows an invalid value.
18712 Reg Card Temp [C] Int R
Regulation card temperature
20022 FW Version [--] Float R
Firmware version
19607 Drive Ovld Fact [%] Word R
Drive overload factor: when it reaches 100%, the drive automatically limits the output current to the drive rated
current. The maximum peak current can be supplied again by reducing the drive supplied current to a value
lower than the rated one till the I2T integral value returns to zero.
SA SA SA SA SAVE / L VE / L VE / L VE / L VE / LO OO OOAD P AD P AD P AD P AD PAR AR AR AR AR
18011 Save Parameters [--] Bool R/W 0 0 1
Any changes to the value of the parameters have an immediate effect on the running of the drive, but are not
automatically stored in memory. The Save Parameters instruction is used to store the value of the current
parameters to the permanent store.
All unsaved modifications will be lost when the drive is powered down.
0 = Save Done
1 = Save Now
18017 Load Default Par [--] Bool R/W 0 0 1
The factory setting parameters will be restored.
0 = Load Done
1 = Load Now
18070 Load Param PAD [--] Bool R/W 0 0 1
Loading values of parameters on the keypad to the drive memory.
0 = Load Done
1 = Load Now
18071 Save Param PAD [--] Bool R/W 0 0 1
The values of the drive parameters are saved in the keypad memory.
0 = Save Done
1 = Save Now
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18010 Reset Drive [--] Bool R/ W 0 0 1
Resets the drive
0 = Reset Now
1 = Drive Working
DRIVE CONFIG DRIVE CONFIG DRIVE CONFIG DRIVE CONFIG DRIVE CONFIG
20023 Control Mode [--] Enum R/W/* 2 1 8
Configuration of the drive working mode. It is possible to select four different modes: torque, speed,
electric axis and position control (as for the selection see the next table).
The drive is factory programmed for speed control.
1=Torque
2=Speed
4=Position
8=Els
Function configuration Bit0 Bit1 Bit2 Bit3 Bit4 Bit5...15 (*)
Drive disabled 0 0 0 0 0 0
Torque control 1 0 0 0 0 0
Speed control 0 1 0 0 0 0
Position control 0 0 1 0 0 0
Electric line shaft control 0 0 0 1 0 0
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(*) These bits have to be set at 0 to be compatible with future versions.
The different working modes can be selected also via a suitably programmed digital input.
See Digital inputs for further details.
20050 Mains Voltage [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 5
Main voltage supply
0=230 Vrms
1=400 Vrms
2=460/480 Vrms
3=380 Vrms
4=415 Vrms
5=440 Vrms
20051 Environment Temp [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 1
Environment temperature
0=0..40C (32..104F)
1=0..50C (32..122F)
2=0..60C (32..140F) (only for XVy-EV ... EWH/EWHR)
20052 PWM Frequency [--] Enum R/ W/ * 0 6 3
Switching frequency:
0=Default (see table 2.3.2.1)
2= 2 kHz
4= 4 kHz
8= 8 kHz
20000 Drive Max Curr [Arms] Float R/Z IP18701 0 IPA18703
Setting the drive maximum current output to the motor.
18778 Overload Control [--] Enum R/Z* 0 0 1
Choice of algorithm to calculate drive overload:
0 = IxT
1 = I
2
xT
29004 Act Ctrl Mode [--] Enum R
It states the selected functioning method, see IPA 20023
1=Torque
2=Speed
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4=Position
8=Els
Note! When the IPA 18104 Application Sel parameter = Autotuning or Phasing or Test generator, the
Act Ctrl Mode parameter is displayed as * * *
20053 Drive size [--] Enum R
Display size of drive.
Example: : 10306 = XVy-EV 10306
18701 Drive Nom Curr [Arms] Float R
Drive nominal current (see I
2N
table 2.3.2.1)
18704 Drv Nom Curr 0Hz [Arms] Float R
Nominal current of drive at 0Hz (see table 2.3.3.1).
18703 Max Ovld Curr [Arms] Float R
Maximum overload current.
18222 Relay Config [] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 1
Relay Configuration.
0= Drive Ready
1 = Drive OK
KEYPAD
20021 Enable I-O Keys [--] Bool 0 0 1
Enables Start (I) and Stop (O) keys on keypad.
0= Disabled
1 = Enabled
COMM CONFIG
18031 Drive Serial Add [--] Word R/W/* 0 0 127
Drive address when it is connected via the RS485 serial line.
18032 Serial Prot Type [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 1
Configuration of the communication protocol of the drive 485 serial line:
0=Slink
1= Modbus
20024 Serial Baud Rate [--] Enum R/W/* 38400 1200 38400
Configuration of the communication speed (baudrate) of the drive serial line.
It is possible to select one of the following values: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400.
If this value is modified, it is advisable to mark the drive with a label if you change the default to highlight the
different serial line configuration; in this way, possible communication problems between the drive and the
GF-eXpress configurator, whose default setting is 38400, will be avoided. GF-eXpress window, see IPA
20025.
20025 Serial Line Conf [--] Enum R/ W/ * 32785 32785 32927
Configuration of the drive RS485 serial port. It is possible to select one of the following values:
N,8,1=32785 (NO parity, 8 data bit, 1 stop bit)
O,8,1=36919 (Odd parity, 8 data bit, 1 stop bit)
E,8,1=32823 (Even parity, 8 data bit, 1 stop bit)
N,8,2=32793 (No parity, 8 data bit, 2 stop bit)
O,8,2=36927 (Odd parity, 8 data bit, 2 stop bit)
E,8,2=32831 (Even parity, 8 data bit, 2 stop bit)
The factory configuration is 32785 (N,8,1). In this case too, as for the previous parameter, it is
advisable to mark the drive with a label.
Attention ! The change of the serial port configuration becomes active only after the drive Reset
has been performed. The GF-eXpress configurator has to be configured as the drive
in the Communication Settings menu.
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20026 Serial Del Time [msec] Word R/ W 0 0 800
Setting of the minimum delay between the drive reception of the last byte and the beginning of its
response. Such delay avoids any conflict on the serial line when the RS485 interface is not set for an
automatic TX / RX switching.
18110 Fast Link Addr [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 8
Enable of fast link on the XT-IN and XT-OUT connectors. Using fast link in electrical line shaft configuration,
it is necessary to configure this parameter.
0 The fast link is disabled
1 Fast link enable (the drive is the master)
> 1 Fast link enable (the drive is the slave).
18124 FstLnk Slow Sync [--] Bool R/Z/* 0 0 1
Enabling synchronisation of slow task
0=OFF
1=ON
TEMP CONTROL
This function is a simple hysteresis comparator: bit Drv Th Overtemp (output of function) becomes high when
the source temperature is lower or equal to the setted threshold value; DrvOvertemp becomes low when the
temperature is higher or equal to Temp Th - Temp Hys value.
On sizes >18.5kW, Heatsink Temp and Intake Air Temp are not updated when the power supply is switched
off.
So when those temperature are selected bit Drv Th Overtemp becomes Low after 5 sec the power supply is
off.
20073 Temp Thr [C] Int R/ W 45 1 100
Temperature intervention threshold.
20074 Temp Hys [C] Int R/ W 2 1 IPA20073
Fall in Hysteresis
20075 Drv Temp Src [--] Enum R/ W 0 0 3
Selection of source temperature.
0=Off
1=Heatsink Temp
2=Intake Air Temp
3=Reg Card Temp
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MO MO MO MO MOT TT TTOR D OR D OR D OR D OR DA AA AAT TT TTA AA AA
20002 Motor Poles [--] Word R/ Z/ * 8 2 8
Settings of motor poles.
Note: the motor pole number has to be lower than the pulse number/revolution of the motor mounted
encoder.
20001 Mot Nominal Curr [Arms] Float R/Z/* IPA18701 0.0 IPA18703
Motor nominal current
18360 Mot Nom K Torque [Nm/Arms] Float R/Z 1.5 0.1 100
Motor torque constant.
20004 Mot Thermal Prot [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 1
Thermal protection type of servomotors.
0=PTC
1=NC Contact
2=KTY84
MOTOR PARAM
18313 LKG Inductance [H] Float R/Z/* 0.005 10
-6
20
Motor inductance.
MOTOR OVERLOAD
20080 Mot Ovld Control [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 1
Enabled the motor protection to excessive overload.
20081 Mot Ovld Curr [A] Float R/Z IPA18701 0 IPA18703
Motor overload current.
0 = Disabled
1= Enabled When this is selected the Mot Ovld Time and Mot Ovld Factor parameters
must be set.
Note: The Mot Ovld Time and Mot Ovld Factor parameters are only used to calculate the I2t motor limit.
20082 Mot Ovld Time [sec] Float R/Z 5 0,1 2097
Motor overload time.
20083 Mot Ovld Factor [%] Int R
Motor overload factor.
When 100% has been reached, the current limit is reduced to the value Mot Nominal Curr (IPA 20001)
till when Mot Ovld Factor goes back to zero.
It is calculated with the following formula:
Mot Ovld Factor . (%) = 100
( I - ) dt
mot
2 2
Mot Nominal Curr .
( - ) Mot Ovld Curr r . Mot Ovld Time
2 2
Mot Nominal Cu r
ENCODER P ENCODER P ENCODER P ENCODER P ENCODER PARAM ARAM ARAM ARAM ARAM
The signals coming from the position sensors are mainly used in two points of the brushless motor control
system: First is to modulate the three stator currents in order to obtain an equivalent field presenting a 90 electric
degree phase shift as compared to the field of the permanent magnets. They are also used for feedback of the
speed/space loop. These two functions are usually performed by two different position sensors, which are
usually integrated into one single encoder. The features of the two sensors are, in fact, different. One determines
commutation, the other, speed and sinewave accuracy. In order to keep the stator field in the desired position, it
is necessary to know, also at power-on, the absolute position in the electrical revolution; for this purpose
resolvers are normally used, but digital encoders with hall channels are also supported.
The feedback of the speed/space loop requires the maximum possible resolution; the loop quality defines the
limit of the control loop. We recommend for best accuracy and smoothness, the resolver, or a Sin-Cos type
encoder.
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The XVy-EV drive digitizes the data of the sinewave in a resolver or SinCos encoder to a resolution of 212 (16,384 pulses
equivalent), thus obtaining a high precision level and very good behaviour in conditions of low speed and locked shaft.
In the XVy-EV drives (as default configuration), after the initialization phasing procedure (executed at power on and
alarm reset), the field modulation is based on the reading of the sensor with the highest resolution, which becomes
absolute since the sensor mechanical position is known.
The above working mode can be changed through the parameters on SERVICE / ENCODER menu.
20007 Mot Enc Source [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 1 4
Motor encoder source
1=XE Main Encoder
2=Riservato
3=EXP ABS1 Encoder
4=Reserved
20008 Spd-Pos Enc Sour [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 4
Speed/pos encoder source
0=Same as motor
1=XE Main Encode
2=XER/EXP Aux Enc
3=EXP ABS1 Encoder
4=Reserved
20010 XE Enc Type [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 10
Software setting of the encoder type used for the feedback, to be connected to the XE connector (standard
connection). To select the encoder type the XVy-EV drives needs a software parameter setting and also a
hardware setting through jumpers. This is necessary to allow so many kinds with so few connectors.
0=Off
1=Sincos 5 tracks Absolute sine and cosine once per revolution, incremental and sinusoidal A
and B, I zero slot or index
2=Dig + Hall Hall sensors, incremental digital A-B channel, I zero marker or index
4=Hall Hall sensors
5=Sincos 2 tracks Absolute sine and cosine once per revolution.
6=An + Hall
8=Resolver Two pole resolver
9=Only Ana Inc Trk Incremental encoder with analog tracks (*)
10=Only Dig Inc Trk Incremental encoder with digital tracks (*)
(*) When using these encoders, each time the drive is reset and the enable command is performed, the
drive executes an internal phasing procedure for approx. 5 sec.
Warning! During this procedure the motor shaft performs a limited number of rotations.
20011 XE Enc ppr [--] Word R/ Z/ * 2048 1 65535
Number of pulses per revolution of the encoder.
20012 XE Enc Supply [V] Enum R/Z 0 0 3
It is possible to program the encoder supply level between the minimum 5.2V and the maximum 6.5V value,
in order to balance possible voltage drops on a long encoder cable, so that the level of the motor feedback
signals is suitable to be read by the drive.
0=5.2V
1=5.6V
2=6.1V
3=6.5V
20020 Resolver Poles [--] Word R/ Z/ * 0 0 1
Number of poles on resolver.
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20036 Aux Enc Type [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 1 0 2
Auxiliary encoder type: XER connector
0=OFF XER port disabled
1=XER In EXP out XER used for secondary encoder input and encoder output on expansion
card.
2=XER/EXP Rep/Sim XER and output on expansion used for repeat/simulation of motor encoder.
3=XER Out EXP In XER used as encoder repeat output and encoder input on expansion card.
20037 XER/EXP Enc ppr [--] Word R/ Z/ * 2048 1 65535
Auxiliary encoder pulses per revolution.
20019 XER Enc Supply [V] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Auxiliary encoder supply. See XE Enc Supply, IPA 20012.
0=5.2V
1=5.6V
2=6.1V
3=6.5V
20078 Res Data Inv [C] Bool R/Z/* 0 0 1
Enables inversion of the resolver SIN channel.
0=Off
1=On
Caution! Phasing must be repeated if this parameter is modified.
ENC EXP BOARD
20040 ABS1 Enc Type [--] Enum R/Z 0 0 4
First absolute enc. type: ABS1 connector.
0 = Off
1 = EnDat + 2 ana inc
2 = SSI
3 = EnDat
4 = SSI + 2 ana inc
5 = Hiperface
20039 ABS1 Enc Revol [--] Word R/Z/* 4096 1 4096
Number of turns that can be distinguished by the ABS encoder No. 1.
20038 ABS1 Enc Div Rev [--] Dword R/Z/* 8192 1 131072
Number of division per rev of the abs tracks of the abs enc. n.1.
20042 ABS1 Enc ppr [--] Word R/Z/* 512 1 65535
Number of pulses per rev of the inc tracks (if present) of the abs enc. n.1
20041 ABS1 Enc Supply [--] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Absolute encoder n.1 encoder supply.
0 = 5.2V
1 = 5.6V
2 = 6.1V
3 = 6.5V
20043 EnDat Del Comp [--] Enum R/ W 0 0 2
Signal propagation delay compensation on EnDat cable:
0 = No delay comp
1 = 1 us delay comp
2 = 2 us delay comp
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ENC MOTOR RATIO
There are engines on the market that have the device mounted position feedback via toothed belt or other
multiplier (see fig.), This implies a kinematic unit that should not be considered for the proper torque (case of
absolute encoder) and the calculation of motor speed.
Encoder
Toothed belt
Stator
Rotor
Figure: Motor with encoder mounted with the kinematic
The kinematic relations are handled by the drive and many depend on the number of poles of the motor
(Pn) in accordance with the following report:
ki = (Pn/2) / i for all values of i ranging from 1 to Pn / 2
Es: pole motor => have managed the following kinematic relations k
k
1
= 1, k
2
= 2, k
3
= 1. 3 = 1.33333 , k
4
= 4
20077 Encoder Ratio Enable [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 1
Enables the management of the mounted encoder with the encoder ratio
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
20009 MotPoles/EncRev [--] Word R/ Z/ * 8 2 IPA20002
This parameter indicates the number of poles of the motor corresponding to a turn encoder. Can be
seen by the following calculation:
Considering an 8-pole motor and an encoder that are k = 4:3 = 1.3333... we obtain the following value:
8 / k = 8 / (4 / 3) = 6
20076* Enc Mot Ratio [:1] Float R
Ratio K encoder used monitor (displayed with 5 decimal places)
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RAMP RAMP RAMP RAMP RAMP
The acceleration and deceleration of the speed reference is set by the CW Acc Ramp / CW Dec Ramp
parameters for clockwise rotation direction and by CCW Acc Ramp / CCW Dec Ramp for counterclockwise
rotation direction. The Fast stop function allows stopping the motor in the shortest possible time in case of
emergency regardless of the normal ramps set. Set a digital input as Fast/stop.
These parameters are active in the only in the speed control configuration; for a position control application see
the specific paragraph.
Ramp In=0
Speed Pos Lim
Speed Neg Lim
Ramp Output
Reference = 0
Ramp Enable Jog enable
The drive behaviour after the Start command depends on the parameter settings:
- If the ramp circuit is used (Ramp Enable = enable) the motor reaches the desired speed at set ramp rate. If commanded
to stop, the drive stops with the deceleration ramp time. If during the deceleration time a new start command is given, the
drive regains the set speed.
- If the ramp circuit is not used (Ramp Enable = disable) the motor reaches the desired speed in the shortest possible
time limited only by current.
When the motor is stopped, the drive is torque-enabled. The drive can be disabled by opening the Enable drive command.
The Jog function does not require the Start command, but requires the enable.
In case the Start and Jog+ or Jog- commands are given simultaneously, the start command has the priority.
21115 Fast Stop Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 100 0 IPA21111
Setting of the Fast Stop deceleration time
21116 End Run Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 100 0 IPA21111
Setting of the End Run deceleration time
21210 Ramp Enable [--] Enum R/W 1 0 1
Ramp enabling command :
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
21102 CW Acc Ramp [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration time.
21103 CCW Acc Ramp [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration time.
21104 CW Dec Ramp [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise deceleration time.
21105 CCW Dec Ramp [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise deceleration time.
21110 Ramp Exp Factor [--] Int R/ W 1 1 1000
Ramp expansion factor, used to increase the maximum value allowed for the ramp parameters.
The cycle time of the speed control loop is 125 us and if the parameter Ramp Exp Factor is set to 1,
the ramp generator updates the ramp output every 125 us; this means that the slowest ramp will
increase the speed by 1count/125 us every 125 us and this will limit the maximum value of the ramp
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parameters to 8738 msec/krpm (with a 2048 ppr encoder); if this parameter is set to a value N higher than 1 this
means that the ramp output will be updated every N x 125 us and this will mean that the maximum value of the
ramp parameters will be limited to N x 8738 msec/krpm. In the following table there are some examples about the
influence of the Ramp Exp Factor parameter on all the ramp parameters settings:
Encoder pulses/rev Ramp Exp Factor Max Ramp Rate
2048 1 8738 msec/krpm
2048 4 34952 msec/krpm
2048 10 87355 msec/krpm
1024 1 4369 msec/krpm
512 2 4369 msec/krpm
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21111 Max Ramp Rate [ms/krpm] Float R
Max ramp time
SPEED SPEED SPEED SPEED SPEED
The value of the speed reference determines the value of the motor speed, while the sign defines the rotation direction.
When the ramp is enabled (parameter Ramp Enable = enable), the speed reference (Speed Ref) follows the time set
in the acc and dec parameters (CW - CCW).
The Speed Ref 1, Speed Ref 2, Pos Speed Lim and Neg Speed Lim parameters are active only in the Speed loop
configuration. See the specific paragraph for the Position loop configuration
Speed Ref 1 (rpm)
Speed Ref (rpm)
Reverse End Run Reverse
End Run Forward
Speed Ref 2 (rpm)
Jog Ref
Multi Speed
+
Jog CW Jog CCW
* (-1)
Ramp in=0
Speed Pos Lim
Speed Neg Lim
Speed Ref 3 Sel
Speed Ref 3 (rpm)
20003 Full Scale Speed [rpm] Float R/Z/* 3000 0 100000
Setting of the analog input full scale value.
21200 Speed Ref 1 [rpm] Float R/W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Speed reference 1. Setting of the speed reference if no analog input has been set as [3] Speed Ref 1 . In
case an analog input is set as [3] Speed Ref 1, the parameter is read-only.
21201 Speed Ref 2 [rpm] Float R/W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Speed reference 2. Setting of the speed reference 2 if no analog input has been set as [4] Speed Ref 2. In
case an analog input is set as [4] Speed Ref 2, the Speed Ref 2 parameter is read-only. The total reference
is the result of the sum of the values of Speed Ref 1 and Speed Ref 2.
Example 1: Speed Ref 1 = 1500 rpm
Speed Ref 2 = 500 rpm
Speed Ref = 1500 + 500 = 2000 rpm
Example 2: Speed Ref 1 = 1500 Rpm
Speed Ref 2 = -500 rpm
Speed Ref = 1500 - 500 = 1000 rpm
21202 Speed Ref 3 [rpm] Dword R/W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Speed Ref 3 may be used instead of Speed Ref 1 e Speed Ref 2 sum by means Speed Ref 3 Sel digital input
selection to set speed reference of the control.
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21206 Speed Thr [rpm] Float R/W 10 0 IPA20003
Setting of the threshold value for overspeed. Such threshold is stated as an absolute value. When the speed is
higher than the value set in this parameter, the digital output set as [4] = Speed Thr goes to +24V.
21207 Speed Reach Wnd [rpm] Float R/W 10 0 IPA20003
Setting of the window on the speed reference in order to consider the digital output programmed as [4] = Speed
Reached enabled.
21208 Speed Zero Thr [rpm] Float R/ W 10 0 1000
Zero speed threshold (the test is performed according to the speed filtered at 100ms)
21209 Speed Zero Delay [sec] Float R/W 0.1 0 1000
Delay on zero speed signalling
21213 Speed Thr Delay [sec] Float R/W 10 0 1000
Setting of the delay for signalling that the motor has reached the speed threshold (IPA 21206 - Speed Thr).
When the motor speed is higher than the value set in Speed Thr + Speed Thr Wnd for a time higher than the
value of this parameter, a digital output set with [15] Speed Thr de is brought to +24V.
If the speed falls under the Speed Thr - Speed Thr Wnd value, the digital output programmed as [15]
Speed Thr de is set to 0V.
21211 Speed Thr Wnd [sec] Float R/W 10 0 100000
Window applied to the Speed Thr IPA 21206 parameter to enable digital output [15] Speed Thr. See parameter
Speed Thr Delay IPA 21213.
21204 Pos Speed Limit [rpm] Float R/W 3000.0 0 100000
Setting of the maximum speed for motor clockwise rotation direction.
21205 Neg Speed Limit [rpm] Float R/W 3000.0 0 100000
Setting of the maximum speed for motor counterclockwise rotation direction
SPD / POS GAIN SPD / POS GAIN SPD / POS GAIN SPD / POS GAIN SPD / POS GAIN
18150 Inertia [kg*m
2
] Float R/W 0 0
Motor inertia used for inertial compensation.
18151 Inertia Filter [msec] Float R/W 1 0 200
Filter time constant on inertial compensation.
23000 Speed Gain [--] Int R/W 100 0 32767
Speed proportional gain.
23001 Position Gain [--] Int R/W 50 0 32767
Position proportional gain.
23002 Position I Gain [--] Int R/W 0 0 32767
Position integral gain. These are conservative, relatively low performance settings, suitable for most general
purpose applications, they can be set much higher if machine construction allows it and the application
requires it.
23003 Acc Gain [--] Int R/Z/* 3000.0 0 100000
Acceleration proportional gain (speed regulator).
23010 Gain Mult Fct [--] Enum R/W 1 1 16
Multiplier factor speed and position gains.
1= x 1
16= x 16
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T TT TTOR OR OR OR ORQ QQ QQUE UE UE UE UE
The current loop is the fastest control section and has a sampling frequency of 16 kHz.
There are two current loops working simultaneously. The components of the forward and quadrature current are
calculated directly from the phase currents read by the AD converters; both components are controlled in order to obtain
the desired behaviour. The quadrature component contributes to the rotating torque while the forward component is
(usually) set at zero.
The torque control functioning mode is active if the Control Mode parameter (IPA 20023) is set as "Torque".
In this case the motor supplies a torque equal to the sum of Torque Ref 1 (IPA 22000) and Torque Ref 2 (IPA
22001)..
All torque values (references, limits and thresholds) are stated as a percentage. 100% is equal to the motor rated
torque, Base Torque parameter (IPA 18800).
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S1 1 2 1 1 1
S2 1 1 1 3 2
S3 1 1 2 1 1
S4 1 2 1 1 1
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Control Mode
Switch
Speed Els Position
22000 Torque Ref 1 [%] Float R/ W 0 -IPA22012 IPA22012
Setting of the torque reference if no analog input has been programmed as [1] Torque Ref 1. If an
analog input has been programmed as [1] Torque Ref 1, the parameter is read-only.
22001 Torque Ref 2 [%] Float R/W 0 -IPA22012 IPA22012
Setting of the torque reference if no analog input has been programmed as [2] Torque Ref 2. If an analog
input has been programmed as [2] Torque Ref 2, the parameter is read-only.
The Torque Ref 1 and Torque Ref 2 parameters are active if the Torque loop functioning mode is selected.
The total reference is the sum of the values of Torque Ref 1 and Torque Ref 2.
22002 Torque Mode [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
0 = Torque Limited The speed reference can be ignored. To allow the motor to run, the torque
reference must be set to Torque Ref 1, Torque Ref 2 or through FastLink Trq
Ref. If the torque reference is high enough, the motor will reach the maximum
speed set in 22009 Trq Speed Limit.
The torque limits (22004 Max Pos Torque and 22005 Max Neg Torque)
are operative as well.
1 = True Torque Mode The speed regulator is disabled, therefore no control is carried out. To allow the
motor to run, the torque reference must be set to Torque Ref 1, Torque Ref 2 or
through FastLink Trq Ref. If the torque reference is high enough, the motor can
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reach a speed higher than the rated one.
The torque limits (22004 Max Pos Torque and 22005 Max Neg Torque)
are operative as well.
22003 Trq Lim Config [--] Enum R/W 0 0 2
0 = Torque lim symm Symmetric torque limits. The limit is considered equal to the value of the Max Pos
Torque parameter (IPA 22004).
1=Torque lim +/- Asymmetric torque limits.
Max Pos Torque = positive torque limit,
Max Neg Torque = negative torque limit.
2 = Torque lim motor/brake Different torque limits for the functioning of the drive as a motor (Max Pos
Torque) and as a brake (Max Neg Torque)
22004 Max Pos Torque [%] Float R/W 100 0 IPA22012
Setting of the positive torque limit.
22005 Max Neg Torque [%] Float R/ W 100 0 IPA22012
Setting of the negative torque limit.
22007 Torque Thr [Arms] Float R/W 0 0 IPA20000
Setting of the torque threshold defined with an absolute value. When the torque is higher than the value set in
this parameter, the digital output set as [6] Torque Thr is brought to +24V.
22009 Trq Speed Limit [rpm] Float R/W 3000 0 10000
Speed limit during the torque control. When Torque Mode is selected as Torque Limited.
22010 Torque Thr Delay [sec] Float R/W 10 0 10
Setting of the delay time signaling that the level of the torque supplied by the motor has been reached. When
the motor supplied torque is higher than that set in Torque Thr for a period longer than the value of this
parameter, the digital output programmed as [16] Torque Thr Del is brought to +24V.
22011 Torque Reduction [%] Float R/W 50 0 IPA22012
Active torque limit when the digital input set as Torque reduction is brought to +24V.
22013 FastLink Trq En [--] Bool R/W/Z 0 0 1
If this function is enabled, the torque reference coming from a drive master through Fast Link is added to
Torque Ref 1 and Torque ref 2.
This function is normally used to perform a Helper configuration between two motors.
22515 FL Trq Scale [--] Float R/W 1 -10 +10
Torque reference scale coming from the drive master. If the scale which has been set is negative, the torque
direction is inverted compared to the master.
22012 Max Torque [%] Float R
Maximum torque value supplied by the drive-motor system equal to Mot Nom K Torque * Drive Max Curr,
stated as a percentage of the motor rated torque.
22014 FastLink Trq Ref [%] Float R
Torque reference reading from Fast Link (after the scaling).
18800 Base Torque [Nm] Float R
Rated torque of motor matching rated current of motor.
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CURRENT GAINS CURRENT GAINS CURRENT GAINS CURRENT GAINS CURRENT GAINS
The current loop is controlled by a PID regulator; the maximum control bandwidth is 5 kHz. The gains of this loop are factory
set with appropriate values for the motors and specifically for the motor purchased if this drive was bought with a
motor. For advanced applications such values have to be optimized according to the motor used.
18100 Curr Prop Gain [--] Int R/W S 0 32767
Current loop proportional gain.
18101 Curr Integr Gain [--] Int R/W S 0 32767
Current loop integral gain.
18102 Curr Deriv Gain [--] Int R/ W 0 0 32767
Current loop derivative gain.
18345 Curr Gain Calc [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
0=Off : no calculation
1=Calc from motor parameter the current gains are recalculated according to the motor parameters (LKG
Inductance , IPA 18313).
FLUX FLUX FLUX FLUX FLUX
Flux reduction function
In the brushless motor, the flux is constant, generated by the permanent magnets.
It is possible to implement the flux reduction function by passing a negative current through the stator windings with
vectors oriented to reduce overall flow.
Caution ! If the drive is disabled when the motor is running above nominal speed, the voltage on the motor could
reach values that might damage the drive.
Normally it is possible to run the motor up to 150% of nominal speed, without taking special precautions.
In order to reach higher speeds, and avoid damage to the drive, an independent braking unit must be used, to brake
the load at least up to the motors nominal speed.
For information on how to reach speeds greater than 150% of nominal, contact the Gefran technical support centre.
18320 Max Deflux Curr [Arms] Float R/Z/* 0 IPA20000 0
Maximum flux reduction current of motor (only negative values are permitted).
18321 User Vlt Max Lim [Vrms] Int R/W 400 10 612
Setting flux reduction starting voltage. Only values below mains voltage have an effect.
It is used to reduce the maximum working voltage of the motor.
18322 Out Volt Filter [msec] Float R/W 10 1 500
Filter time constant on output voltage.
18325 Volt Prop Gain [--] Int R/W 500 0 32767
Proportional gain on voltage loop
18326 Volt Int Gain [--] Int R/W 500 0 32767
Integral gain on voltage loop
18328 Out Vlt Max Lim [Vrms] Int R
Monitor flux reduction starting voltage.
DIGIT DIGIT DIGIT DIGIT DIGITAL INPUTS AL INPUTS AL INPUTS AL INPUTS AL INPUTS
The regulation board of the XVy-EV drive has 8 digital inputs. Seven digital inputs can be programmed to different
functions and they are located on the I/O terminal block on R-XVy regulation board.
Refreshing time = 8ms. The changes in the digital input setting can be enabled by resetting the drive.
This rule can be applied also to the virtual inputs.
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20101 Digital Input 1 [--] Enum R/W 4 0 2007
Choice of the parameters to be set on Digital Input 1. The possibilities listed as Choices for the digital input
association are available. Default = Start/stop
Choices for the digital input association:
0 = OFF Unconfigured input.
2 = Drive reset Alarm Reset command. Momentary input active on the edge. The drive must be
disabled for a reset to occur.
3 = External fault External alarm signal. It is active on the leading edge.
4 = Start/stop Start /stop command. It is active on the leading edge. In the torque, speed and
electric axis configuration this command must be programmed on a digital input. If its
value is high, it starts the drive operation; if its value is low, the drive will stop. When
this command is active, if a speed reference is present, the motor goes to the set
speed.
5 = Fast/stop Emergency stop command. Active on the drop wire leading edge. It is active on the
leading edge, it stops the speed command instantly, braking the motor with no decel
ramp in the shortest possible time till zero speed has been reached. The Fast/stop
command is used in emergency and dangerous situations in order to stop the drive
in the shortest possible time. If a digital input is set as Fast/stop, this input must be
high to run in any mode. The Fast/stop command must be present before the drive
enabling command (Enable command). By disabling the voltage on this input while
the drive is active, it is possible to cause a braking stop with the shortest possible
time.
With a start following a Fast/stop command it is necessary to set the
Enable digital input with a low logic status and the Fast/stop digital input
with a high logic status; before a jog function can be performed.
6 = Jog CW Jog forward function command. It is active only in the speed and position
configurations. When this input is active, the speed reference and the ramp times are
those set in the Jog parameter menu.
7 = Jog CCW Jog reverse function command. It is active only in the speed and position
configurations. When this input is active, the speed reference and the ramp times are
those set in the Jog parameter menu.
8 = Ramp in = 0 Ramp In = 0 command. It is active only in the speed configuration. When this input
is active (high logic status), it replaces the present reference with a zero reference
and uses the set ramp. This digital zero keeps the motor rotor stopped in a torque
condition, without any offset drift typical for A/D (analog/digital) converters.
9 = Reverse Inverse command. When the command is active, it changes the motor rotation
direction by following the set ramp.
10 = End Run Reverse Clockwise end run command. It is active only in the speed and position
configuration. It only allows, regardless of reference, motor x rotation in a clockwise
(CW) direction.
11 = End Run Forward Counterclockwise end run command. It is active only in the speed and position
configuration. It only allows, regardless of reference, motor rotation in a
counterclockwise (CCW) direction.
12 = Reference = 0 Speed reference = 0. It is active only in the torque and speed configurations (with
22002 = Torque limited).
14 = Torque loop It selects the Torque Regulation mode.
15 = Speed loop Select the mode to Speed regulation.
16 = Position loop Select the mode to Position regulation.
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17 = ELS loop It selects the Electric Axis mode.
18 = Disable An Inp 0 Command Disabling analog input 0 (both the value and the offset are disabled).
With a high logic level analog input 0 is disabled.
19 = Disable An Inp 1 Command Disabling analog input 1 (both the value and the offset are disabled). With
a high logic level the analog input 1 is disabled.
Speed sel bit 0...2
The number given by the binary combination of these digital inputs selects a digital speed reference set in the
parameters of the Multispeed function.
21 = Speed sel Bit 0 Multi-speed function, Bit 0 selection.
22 = Speed sel Bit 1 Multi-speed function, Bit 1 selection.
23 = Speed sel Bit 2 Multi-speed function, Bit 1 selection.
Ramp sel bit 0...1
The number given by the binary combinations of these digital inputs selects the ramp times set in the
parameters of the Multiramp function.
24 = Ramp sel Bit 0 Multi-ramp function, Bit 0 selection.
25 = Ramp sel Bit 1 Multi-ramp function, Bit 1 selection.
26 = Virtual DI OK When the virtual digital input 14 (only this one) is set with VIRTUAL DI OK, all the set
Virtual digital inputs are active only if this input is equal to 1 (high logic level). In
other words, this enables virtual digital input to be used.
27 = Alarm reset When this digital input is active, it is possible to reset all the active alarm (high logic
level). The reset is executed only if the alarm cause is no more present.
28 = Virtual Enable Virtual Enable, it functions in parallel with the physical one (Digital Input 0).
29 = Torque Reduct It enables the torque reduction. When it is active, the torque limits are set by the
Torque Reduction parameter, IPA 22011.
Motor potentiometer selection
30 = Motor Pot Up Increases speed reference according to the ramp time set in Motor Pot Acc.
31 = Motor Pot Down Reduces speed reference according to the ramp time set in Motor Pot Dec.
32 = Motor Pot Enable Enables motor potentiometer function
33 = Motor Pot Reset Reset memory
35 = Motor Pot Memo Storage of reference setting in memory
High state = storage of last speed setting in memory. After Start, the motor
accelerates automatically up to the speed setting.
Low state = After Start, the motor stops, waiting for the Motor Pot Up command
36 = Motor Pot Dir Speed reference polarity
Low state = positive reference, High state = negative reference
Sequential position control selection
Inputs active only in Sequential position control configuration. The number given of the binary combination of
the digital inputs set as POS Event Bit 0...7, forms the parameter value IPA 30800 Pos Actual Event which
is the event that causes the multiposition controller to go to "Event Match" or "Dwell + Event".
37 = POS Event Bit 0
38 = POS Event Bit 1
39 = POS Event Bit 2
40 = POS Event Bit 3
41 = POS Event Bit 4
42 = POS Event Bit 5
43 = POS Event Bit 6
44 = POS Event Bit 7
45 = Multi Pos Enable Enabling multi-position controller
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46 = Multi Pos Abort Ends position sequence.
Powerloss
47 = PL Mains status It signals the mains voltage reset to the drive
48 = Speed ref 3 Sel If active the speed set point is Speed Ref 3 instead ofSpeed Ref 1 and
Speed Ref 2 sum
Speed Ref 1 (rpm)
Speed Ref 3 Sel
Speed Ref 2 (rpm)
Speed Ref 3 (rpm)
Pos-preset 0...5
These inputs are only active with the position configuration. The number given by the binary
combination of the digital inputs set as Pos Preset (0...5) selects the number of the active position
preset.
Example: with a three-position positioner, all Pos Preset parameters must have a default value (=0) with the
exception of Pos Preset 0 and Pos Preset 1, whose task is the identification of the active position preset
(binary combination).
1001 = POS Preset 0 Bit 0 position preset.
1002 = POS Preset 1 Bit 1 position preset.
1003 = POS Preset 2 Bit 2 position preset.
1004 = POS Preset 3 Bit 3 position preset.
1005 = POS Preset 4 Bit 4 position preset.
1006 = POS Preset 5 Bit 5 position preset.
1007 = POS 0 Search Command to Search for the zero position. It is active only in the position
configuration. Momentary input active on the rising leading edge. When this
command is active, the motor performs a homing (see the POSITION menu).
1009 = POS Start Pos Positioning start command.Initiates the start of a move to new position.
1010 = POS Memo 0 Command Storing the 0 position. Momentary input active on the rising leading edge,
it allows storage of the present position as a zero position. Such function is normally
used in point-to-point self-acquisition positioning procedures.
1011 = POS Memo Pos Position storing command. Momentary input active on the rising leading edge; it
allows storage of the present position as a destination position. Such function is
normally used in point-to-point self-acquisition positioning procedures.
1012 = POS Return Command returning to a set position. Active pulse input on the climbing leading edge.
Movement starting towards an absolute predefined position.
1015 = POS 0 sensor Zero sensor. Used for the zero search.
1016 = Save parameters
Els ratio sel 0...1
The number given by the binary combinations of these digital inputs selects the active speed ratio.
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2001 = ELS Ratio Sel B0 Electric Line Shaft function: Preset selection of the bit 0 ratio.
2002 = ELS Ratio Sel B1 Electric Line Shaft function: Preset selection of the bit 1 ratio.
2003 = ELS Inc Ratio Ratio increasing command. When this command is active, the selected ratio between
master and slave is increased with a time constant defined by the Els Delta Time
and Els Delta Ratio parameters.
2004 = ELS Dec Ratio Ratio decreasing command. When this command is active, the selected ratio
between master and slave is decreased with a time constant defined by the Els
Delta Time and Els Delta Ratio. parameters.
2005 = ELS RampRatioDis Ramp disabling command during a ratio switching phase. When this command is
active, the ramp time set via the Els Delta Ratio parameter (ramp for ratio
switching) is ignored and the change will be made immediately. Be careful when
using this since new ratios will change as fast as current limit allows.
2006 = ELS Bend Rec CW Command to activate the correction reference (slave drive), bend recover, in CW
rotation.
2007 = ELS Bend Rec CCW Command to activate the correction reference (slave drive), bend recover, in CCW
rotation.
20102 Digital Input 2 [--] Enum R/W/* 8 0 2007
Choice of the parameters to be set on Digital Input 2. The possibilities listed as Choices for the digital input
association are available, see IPA 20100. Default = [8] Ramp in = 0
20103 Digital Input 3 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 9 0 2007
Choice of the parameters to be set on Digital Input 3. The possibilities listed as Choices for the
digital input association are available, see IPA 20100. Default = [9] Inverse
20104 Digital Input 4 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 10 0 2007
Choice of the parameters to be set on Digital Input 4. The possibilities listed as Choices for the
digital input association are available, see IPA 20100. Default = [10] End Run Reverse
20105 Digital Input 5 [--] Enum R/W/* 11 0 2007
Choice of the parameters to be set on Digital Input 5. The possibilities listed as Choices for the
digital input association are available, see IPA 20100. Default = [11] End Run Forward
20106 Digital Input 6 [--] Enum R/W/* 3 0 2007
Choice of the parameters to be set on Digital Input 6. The possibilities listed as Choices for the digital
input association are available, seee IPA 20100. Default = [3] External fault
20107 Digital Input 7 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 2 0 2007
Choice of the parameters to be set on Digital Input 7. The possibilities listed as Choices for the digital input
association are available, see IPA 20100. Default = [2] Drive reset
20162 Dig Inp Rev Mask [--] DWord R/W 0H 0H 0FFFFFFFFH
This parameter allows changing the logic level of the set digital inputs. Normally digital inputs become active when
switching from a low to a high logic level occurs. Through this bit-set parameter it is possible to decide whether to
change the logic condition, i.e. active low logic level, inactive high logic level. This parameter cannot modify the logic
level of digital input 0.
Example: The intervention of two limit switches (End Run Forward and End Run Reverse) has to be set on
two digital inputs, digital input 3 and digital input 4; the limit switch intervention has to be active with a low
logic level.
DIGITAL INPUT 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Dig Inp Rev Mask 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
txv9110
1 8
It is necessary to set Dig Inp Rev Mask = 18H
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20100 Dig Inp 0 Status [--] Enum R
Drive enabled.
20163 Dig Inp Status [--] Word R
Read-only parameter stating the present condition (high logic level 1 and low logic level 0) of the digital
inputs. It is an hexadecimal parameter.
Example: The digital inputs are:
DIG IN 0 = 1 DIG IN 1 = 1 DIG IN 6 = 1
DIGITAL INPUT 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Dig Inps Status 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1
txv9111
4 3
The value displayed by the Dig Inps Status parameter is 43H .
EXP DIG INPUTS
Inside the XVy-EV drive it is possible to install an option expansion card of the digital inputs and outputs. It is possible to
add up to 8 programmable digital inputs through the following parameters. The programming procedure is the same as
the one for the digital inputs.
20150 Exp Dig Inp 0 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on a digital input. The same possibilities stated for the digital inputs
are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20151 Exp Dig Inp 1 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Scelta dei parametri programmabili su un ingresso digitale. Sono disponibili le stesse possibilit degli
ingressi digitali. Vedere la lista Codifica per lassociazione degli ingressi IPA 20101.
20152 Exp Dig Inp 2 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on a digital input. The same possibilities stated for the digital inputs
are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20153 Exp Dig Inp 3 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on a digital input. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20154 Exp Dig Inp 4 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on a digital input. The same possibilities stated for the digital inputs
are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20155 Exp Dig Inp 5 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on a digital input. The same possibilities stated for the digital inputs are
available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20156 Exp Dig Inp 6 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on a digital input. The same possibilities stated for the digital inputs are
available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20157 Exp Dig Inp 7 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on a digital input. The same possibilities stated for the digital inputs are
available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20164 Exp Dig Inp Stat [--] Word R
Only-reading parameter stating the present condition (high logic level 1 and low logic level 0) of the digital
inputs on the EXP-D14A4F expansion card. It is an hexadecimal parameter.
Example: The digital inputs are: Exp Dig Inp 0 = 1
Exp Dig Inp 5 = 1
Exp Dig Inp 7 = 1
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EXP DIGIT INPUT 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Exp Dig Inp Stat 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
txv9112
A 1
The value displayed by the Exp Dig Inp Stat parameter is A1 H.
VIRT DIG INPUTS
Digital virtual inputs which are not physically present on the terminals but which are available to program possible
commands, configured through the serial interface or field bus. When an external application needs to use some drive
programmable functions through digital input, it is always necessary :
- Set the desired functionality see list Choices for the digital input association IPA 20101
- Write the status of the virtual digital inputs (see IPA 20186).
20170 Virt Dig Inp 0 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 0. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20171 Virt Dig Inp 1 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 1. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20172 Virt Dig Inp 2 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 2. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20173 Virt Dig Inp 3 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 3. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20174 Virt Dig Inp 4 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 4. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20175 Virt Dig Inp 5 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 5. The same possibilities stated for the
digital inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20176 Virt Dig Inp 6 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 6. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20177 Virt Dig Inp 7 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 7. The same possibilities stated for the digital inputs are
available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20178 Virt Dig Inp 8 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 8. The same possibilities stated for the digital inputs
are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20179 Virt Dig Inp 9 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 9. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20180 Virt Dig Inp 10 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 10. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20181 Virt Dig Inp 11 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 11. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
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20182 Virt Dig Inp 12 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 12. The same possibilities stated for the digital inputs are
available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20183 Virt Dig Inp 13 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 13. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20184 Virt Dig Inp 14 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 14. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20185 Virt Dig Inp 15 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2007
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Inp 15. The same possibilities stated for the digital
inputs are available. See Choices for the digital input association list on IPA 20101.
20186 Virt DI Status [--] Word R/W 0000H 0000H FFFFH
It displays and sets the status of the virtual digital inputs. Hexadecimal setting.
Programming example
If the virtual digital inputs have to be enabled via the serial input:
Virt Dig Inp 0 Programmed as POS Preset 0
Virt Dig Inp 1 Programmed as POS Preset 1
Virt Dig Inp 2 Programmed as POS Preset 2
Virt Dig Inp 3 Programmed as POS Preset 3
If we set to high logic level :
- the bit 0 referring to Virt Dig Inp 0 = 1
- the bit 1 referring to Virt Dig Inp 1 = 1
- the bit 2 referring to Virt Dig Inp 2 = 1
- the bit 3 referring to Virt Dig Inp 3 = 1
VIRT DIG IN 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Virt DI Status 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1
txv9113
The drive will write in the Virt DI Status parameter the value obtained by adding
1 (bit 0) + 2 (bit 1) + 4 (bit 2) + 8 (bit 3) = 15 = F
Virt DI Status = 000FH
20187 Virt DI at Start [--] Word R/W FFFFH 0000H FFFFH
Setting of the status of the virtual digital inputs when the drive is started.
Through this parameter it is possible to state if each configured input will be reset or not at the power-on.
This is a Hexadecimal setting.
1 = The parameter is not reset at each drive starting.
0 = The parameter is reset at each drive starting.
Application example
If the virtual digital inputs 0 and 2 must be reset at the power-on, it is necessary to:
- (reset ) Virt Dig Inp 0
Programmed as Pos Preset 0
- (do not reset) Virt Dig Inp 1
Programmed as Pos Preset 1
- (reset ) Virt Dig Inp 2
Programmed as Pos Preset 2
- (do not reset) Virt Dig Inp 3
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Programmed as Pos Preset 3
It is necessary to set with a high logic level (not reset):
- bit 1 referring to Virt Dig Inp 1 = 1
- bit 3 referring to Virt Dig Inp 3 = 1
It is necessary to set with a low logic level (reset):
- bit 0 referring to Virt Dig Inp 0 = 0
- bit 2 referring to Virt Dig Inp 2 = 0
VIRT DIG IN 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Virt DI at Start 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
txv9114
it is therefore necessary to write in the Virtual DI at start parameter the value obtained by adding
0 (bit 0) + 2 (bit 1) + 0 (bit 2) + 8 (bit 3) = 10 = A
Virt DI at Start = A
20188 Virt DI at Dis [--] Word R/W FFFFH 0000H FFFFH
Setting of the status of the virtual digital inputs when the drive is disabled.
Through this parameter it is possible to state if each configured input will be reset or not when the drive is
disabled. Hexadecimal setting.
1 = The parameter is not reset at each drive starting.
0 = The parameter is reset at each drive starting.
20189 Virt DI at Reset [--] Word R/W 0000H 0000H FFFFH
Setting of the virtual digital input condition when a drive alarm gets active.
Through this parameter it is possible to state if each configured input has to be reset or not when an alarm
intervenes. Hexadecimal setting.
1 = The parameter is reset when the drive is in an alarm condition
0 = The parameter is not reset when the drive is in an alarm condition.
The procedure to be followed is the same as the one used for the Virt DI at Start parameter.
DIGIT DIGIT DIGIT DIGIT DIGITAL OUTPUTS AL OUTPUTS AL OUTPUTS AL OUTPUTS AL OUTPUTS
In the regulation board of the XVy-EV drives there is one slow Relay Output and six fast Digital Outputs. The relay output
has one N.O. and one N.C. contact, and it is used as Drive OK. Refreshing time = 8ms.
The changes in the digital output setting can be enabled by resetting the drive.
The same rule can be applied also to the virtual outputs.
NOTE! It is possible to set all the drive alarms on a digital output. The logic status is normally low and
it becomes high when the drive is in an alarm condition.
20005 DO Reset at Fail [--] Long R/ W 0H 0H FFFFH
Setting of the digital output state when a drive alarm gets active: only for alarm code 1...6, 8...12,
18...32, which disable PWM. This parameter allows to state, when an alarm condition intervenes,
which digital output, corresponding to the set bit, is brought to a 0 logic level. Hexadecimal setting.
The bits 0 ... 5 refer to the digital outputs, the bits 8 ... 13 refer to the digital outputs of the expansion card.
0 = The output does not change its logic level
1 = The output is reset and set with 0.
20006 DO Set at Fail [--] Long R/W 0H 0H FFFFH
Setting of the digital output state when a drive alarm gets active: only for alarm code 1...6, 8...12, 18...32, which
disable PWM. This parameter allows to state, when a drive alarm intervenes, which digital output, corresponding to
the set bit, is brought to a high logic level. Hexadecimal setting.
The bits 0 ... 5 refer to the digital outputs, the bits 8 ... 13 refer to the digital outputs of the expansion card.
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0 = The output does not change its logic level
1 = The output is set to an high logic level.
20200 Digital Output 0 [--] Enum R/W/* 3 0 1010
Selection of parameters that can be set as Digital Output Digital Output.:
Choices for digital output association:
0 = OFF Output not configured.
1 = Drive Enable The digital output reaches high logic status when the drive is power supplied,
enabled (enable command active) and no alarm is present.
2 = Drive Ready The digital output is set to a high logic level when the unit is initialised (with
or without the mains power supply) and no alarms are present.
3 = Speed Reached Reached speed.
The digital output reaches high logic status when the motor present speed is equal to the reference within a
window defined by the Speed Reach Wnd parameter.
4 = Speed 0 Thr Speed = 0.
The digital output acquires high logic status when the motor speed is zero with a dead band (positive and
negative) defined on the Speed Zero Thr and Speed Zero Delay parameters.
5 = Torque Limit Torque limit.
The digital output acquires the high logic status with a torque limit functioning condition.
6 = Torque Thr Overcome torque.
The digital output acquires the high logic status when the motor supplied torque, with an absolute value, is
higher than the one set in the Torque Thr parameter.
7 = Speed Thr Speed threshold exceeded.
The digital output acquires the high logic status if the speed, with an absolute value, is higher than the value
set in the Speed Thr and Speed Thr Wnd parameters.
8 = AD Index (XE ) Repetition of incremental encoder index connected on XE connector. The signal
remains active for 8 ms.
9 = DI Index (XER) Repetition of incremental encoder index connected on XER connector. The
signal remains active for 8 ms.
10 = Position Error The drive is in Position error (exceeded the threshold of Max Pos Error set in the
SERVICE menu).
11 = Fast Link Rx On slave drive active during reception of Fast link. This output can be used
only on a slave drive.
12 = UV Active The drive is in undervoltage alarm (power supply voltage is lower than the
undervoltage threshold).
13 = Cost Through Act When there is a Mains loss condition, it activates the energy recovery, braking to
a stop; in this way the motor can brake in controlled mode.
14 = Speed Thr > 0 Speed = 0.
Same meaning of Speed 0 Thr but with an inverted logic level.
15 = Speed Thr del Delayed speed threshold reached. The digital output reaches a high logic evel if the
speed, either positive or negative, is higher than the value set in the Speed Thr parameter for a time higher than
the value set in the Speed Thr Delay parameter.
16 = Torque thr del Reached delayed torque threshold. The digital output reaches the high logic status if
the torque, with an absolute value, is higher than the value set in the Torque Thr parameter for a period longer
than Torque Thr Delay.
17 = Alarm Warning Active alarm.
When a previously masked alarm goes active (see IPA 24100), the digital output set as Alarm warning
reaches the high logic level.
18 = Alarm Coming Delayed alarm.
When a previously delayed alarm gets active (see IPA 24102), the digital output set as Alarm coming
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reaches the high logic level.
19 = 80% Overload Thr The IxT or I2t integral has reached 80% of the maximum value.
20 = Brake Command Command for the motor emergency brake.
21 = Fast Stop It states that the drive is in a Fast Stop condition.
22 = PL Stop active It indicates that the drive is in an Emergency stop condition.
23 = Drv Th Overtemp Output of the temperature check function
24 = Drive OK The digital output is set to a high logic level when the drive is powered and
there are no alarms present
100 = Drive fault Drive in an alarm condition.
101 = IGBT Desaturat Short circuit alarm of the power module.
102 = Overcurrent Overcurrent alarm.
103 = Overvoltage Overcurrent alarm on the DC LINK intermediate circuit.
104 = Heatsink Ot Heatsink overtemperature alarm.
105 = Drive Overload Drive IxT integral has reached maximum value
106 = Current Fbk Loss Loss of Power Supply TA.
107 = Motor overtemp Motor overtemperature alarm.
108 = Motor Overload Motor Overload
109 = CPU Overtime CPU alarm
111 = Inval Flash Par Invalid flash parameter alarm.
112 = Flash Fault Flash error alarm.
113 = Brake Overpower Brake overpower alarm.
118 = Enc Fbk Loss Main encoder count alarm.
119 = Enc Sim Fault Encoder simulation alarm.
120 = Undervoltage Undervoltage alarm.
121 = Intake Air Ot Temperature of intake air too high; detected by TAC sensor.
122 = Regulation Ot Overtemperature of regulation board; detected by TAR sensor on regulation
board.
123 = Module Overtemp IGBT module Overtemperature; detected by OTS sensors on Power stage.
127 = Enable Seq Error Alarm for a wrong sequence in the drive power supply. This alarm gets
active when, at the start up, the drive shows a high Digital input 0.
128 = Fast Link Error Fast link communication error.
129 = Position Fault The drive is in Position error (A 29) alarm.
131 = Sequence Fault External alarm for the drive.
1001 = Position Zero Position 0 reached.
The digital output reaches high logic status when the motor present position is equal to the zero position
with an dead band defined by the Pos 0 Thr Offset parameter.
1002 = Pos Reached The digital output acquires the high logic status when the control finishes the
positioning procedure and the position is equal to the destination position +- Pos Window for a period equal
to Pos Window Time.
1003 = Pos Exceeded Position threshold.
The digital output acquires the high logic status when the difference between the present position and the
starting position is higher than the value set in the Positon Thr parameter.
1004 = Pos Abs Thr Absolute position threshold.
The digital output reaches high logic status if the position is higher than the value set in the Pos Abs Thr.
parameter.
1005 = Pos Zero Found Found zero position.
The digital output reaches high logic status at the end of the zero searching phase.
1006 = Pos Thr Close 1 Reached position threshold 1.
The digital output acquires the high logic status when the difference between the motor present position and
the destination position is lower or equal to the Pos Thr Close 1 parameter.
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1007 = Pos Thr Close 2 Reached position threshold 2.
The digital output acquires the high logic status when the difference between the motor present position and
the destination position is lower or equal to the Pos Thr Close 2 parameter.
1008 = Pos Out Of Lim A value has been set up out of range Min Preset Value/Max Preset Value. If a
value required is out of range, it is not executed and the digital output programmed as Pos Out Of Lim
changes to high logic status.
1009 = Pos Loop Active It states that the drive present functioning mode is Position
1010 = Pos Not Reached The digital output has a logic state high when position control has ended, and
the position is not entered in the +- Pos Window for a period at least equal to Pos Window Time.
Takes the low logic state when a new POS Start Pos command is issued.
1011 = Mpos end cycle The output becomes high when the multi-positioning sequence is complete
20201 Digital Output 1 [--] Enum R/W/* 4 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Digital Output 1 The possibilities listed as Choices for Digital
output association are available, see IPA 20200. Default = Speed 0 thr
20202 Digital Output 2 [--] Enum R/W/* 5 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Digital Output 2 The possibilities listed as Choices for Digital
output association are available, see IPA 20200.Default = Torque Limit
20203 Digital Output 3 [--] Enum R/W/* 100 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Digital Output 3 The possibilities listed as Choices for Digital
output association are available, see IPA 20200. Default = Drive Fault
20204 Digital Output 4 [--] Enum R/W/* 131 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Digital Output 4 The possibilities listed as Choices for Digital
output association are available, see IPA 20200. Default = External Fault
20205 Digital Output 5 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 1 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Digital Output 5 The possibilities listed as Choices for Digital
output association are available, see IPA 20200. Default = Drive Enable
20254 Dig Out Reverse [--] Dword R/W 00H 0H FFFFFFFFH
This parameter allows to change the logic level of the programmed digital outputs. The digital outputs usually have
a 0 logic level when they are inactive and they switch to a high logic level when they become active. Via this bit-
mapped parameter it is possible to choose which output the normal logic level has to be switched to. Hexadecimal
setting.
Example: the digital outputs 1, 4 and 5 have to be programmed with an inverted condition:
DIGITAL OUTPUT 5 4 3 2 1 0
Dig Out Reverse 1 1 0 0 1 0
3 2
txv9115
It is necessary to set Dig Out Reverse = 32H
20255 Dig Out Status [--] Word R
Only-reading parameter stating the present condition (high logic level 1 and low logic level 0) of the digital
outputs. It is an hexadecimal parameter.
Example: the digital outputs are:
DIGITAL OUTPUT 5 4 3 2 1 0
Dig Out Status 0 0 1 0 0 0
0 8
txv9116
DIG OUT 3 = 1
The value displayed by the Dig Out Status parameter is 8H
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EXP DIG OUTPUTS
It is possible to install inside the drive a card for the digital inputs and outputs expansion. Up to six Digital Outputs can
be expanded and programmed through the below parameters. The programming procedure for the expanded digital outputs
is the same as for the digital outputs. Refreshing time = 8ms.
20250 Exp Dig Out 0 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Exp Dig Out 0. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200..
20251 Exp Dig Out 1 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Exp Dig Out 1. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200..
20252 Exp Dig Out 2 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Exp Dig Out 2. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200..
20253 Exp Dig Out 3 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Exp Dig Out 3. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200..
20257 Exp Dig Out 4 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Exp Dig Out 4. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200..
20258 Exp Dig Out 5 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Exp Dig Out 5. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200..0.
20259 Exp Dig Out 6 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 1 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Exp Dig Out 6. The same possibilities stated for the digital outputs are
available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200..
20260 Exp Dig Out 7 [--] Enum R/W/* 1 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Exp Dig Out 7. The same possibilities stated for the digital outputs are
available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200..
20256 Exp Dig Out Stat [--] Word R
Only-reading parameter stating the present condition (high logic level 1 and low logic level 0) of the digital
outputs set on the EB-DIO expansion card.
VIRT DIG OUTPUTS
Virtual digital outputs, which are not physically present on the terminals but which are available to set possible Digital
outputs to be read via the serial line or the field bus.
By setting the Virtual digital outputs, the Digital outputs on the terminal strip are still available. The function performed
by a digital output programmed on a Digital output or on a Virtual digital output is the same.
The programming procedure is the same as the one stated for the digital outputs.
20270 Virt Dig Out 0 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 0. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20271 Virt Dig Out 1 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 1. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20272 Virt Dig Out 2 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 2. The same possibilities stated for the digital outputs are
available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
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20273 Virt Dig Out 3 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 3. The same possibilities stated for the digital outputs are
available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20274 Virt Dig Out 4 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 4. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20275 Virt Dig Out 5 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 5. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20276 Virt Dig Out 6 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 6. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20277 Virt Dig Out 7 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 7. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20278 Virt Dig Out 8 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 8. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20279 Virt Dig Out 9 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 9. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20280 Virt Dig Out 10 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 10. The same possibilities stated for the digital outputs
are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20281 Virt Dig Out 11 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 11. The same possibilities stated for the digital outputs
are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20282 Virt Dig Out 12 [--] Enum R/ W/ * 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 12. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20283 Virt Dig Out 13 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 13. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20284 Virt Dig Out 14 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 14. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20285 Virt Dig Out 15 [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 1010
Choice of the programmable parameters on Virt Dig Out 15. The same possibilities stated for the digital
outputs are available. See Choices for the digital output association list on IPA 20200.
20289 Virt DO at Reset [--] Word R/W 0000H 0000H FFFFH
Setting of the virtual digital output state when a drive alarm gets active: only for alarm code 1...6, 8...12,
18...32, which disable PWM. This parameter allows to state, when an alarm condition intervenes,
which virtual output, corresponding to the set bit, is brought to a 0 logic level. Hexadecimal setting.
0 = The output does not change its logic level
1 = The output is reset and set with 0.
20290 Virt DO at Fail [--] Word R/W 0000H 0000H FFFFH
Setting of the virtual digital output state when a drive alarm gets active: only for alarm code 1...6, 8...12, 18...32,
which disable PWM. This parameter allows to state, when a drive alarm intervenes, which virtual digital output,
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corresponding to the set bit, is brought to a high logic level. Hexadecimal setting.
0 = The output does not change its logic level
1 = The output is set to an high logic level.
20286 Virt DO Status [--] Word R
Only-reading parameter stating the present condition of the virtual digital outputs (high logic level 1 and
low logic level 0). Hexadecimal setting.
AN AN AN AN ANAL AL AL AL ALOG INPUTS OG INPUTS OG INPUTS OG INPUTS OG INPUTS
The regulation board of the XVy-EV drive has two programmable analog inputs.
The Analog Input channels are available on the I/O Terminal Block.
NOTE! Input maximum value: 10.81 V.
Resolution = 12 bit (11 bit + sign).
Bandwith = 1,5 kHz.
An Inp 0
Read
An Inp 1
Read
+
An Inp 0
D_B Pos
An Inp 0
D_B Neg
An Inp 0
Scale
An Inp 0
Value
x
An Inp 0
Offset
Disable
An In 0
+
An Inp 1
D_B Pos
An Inp 1
D_B Neg
An Inp 1
Scale
An Inp 1
Value
x
An Inp 1
Offset
Disable
An In 1
Analog
input 0
Analog
input 1
1
2
3
4
20300 Analog Inp 0 Sel [--] Enum R/W 3 0 24
Choice of the parameter to be programmed on analog_input_0. The possibilities listed as Choices for Analog
Input association are available. Default = Speed Ref 1.
Choices for Analog Input association
0 = OFF The analog input is not configured.
1 = Torque Ref 1 (500 us) Torque reference 1, active in the configuration of the torque control (1)
2 = Torque Ref 2 (500 us) Torque reference 2, active in the configuration of the torque control (1)
3 = Speed Ref 1 (500 us) Speed 1 reference signal. (2)
4 = Speed Ref 2 (500 us) Speed 2 reference signal. (2)
5 = Speed Pos Lim (8 ms) Signal setting the maximum speed for clockwise rotation direction. (2)
6 = Speed Neg Lim (8 ms) Signal setting the max speed for CCW rotation direction. (2)
7 = Speed limit (8 ms) Signal setting the same maximum speed for both clockwise and counterclockwise
rotation direction. (2)
8 = Jog Ref (8 ms) Reference signal for jog function.
10V=par. Jog Speed Limit parameter, JOG FUNCTION menu.
9 = Torque Limit + (8 ms) Setting of the positive torque limit. (1)
10 = Torque Limit - (8 ms) Setting of the negative torque limit. (1)
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11 = Torque Limit (8 ms) Setting of the positive and negative torque limit. (1)
12 = Max Spd Trq Lim (8 ms) Speed limit with torque control (speed limited). (2)
13 = Pos Speed (8 ms) Speed reference during positioning procedures. (2)
14 = Pos Speed Ref 0 (8 ms) Speed reference during zero search.
10V = Home Max Spd parameter, ZERO FOUND CONF menu
15 = Speed Threshold (8 ms) Analog signal setting the over-speed threshold. (2)
16 = Torque Thr (8 ms) Setting of the reached torque threshold. (1)
17 = Multi Speed 1 (8 ms) Analog input of Speed 1 reference for the multi-speed function.(2)
18 = Multi Speed 2 (8 ms) Analog input of Speed 2 reference for the multi-speed function.(2)
19 = Multi Speed 4 (8 ms) Analog input of Speed 4 reference for the multi-speed function.(2)
20 = Els Rb Spd Ref (8 ms) An. signal to set the bend recover ref. in electrical line shaft mode.
10V = Els Max RB Speed parameter, EL SHAFT R BEND menu
21 = Els Ratio [0] (8 ms) An.signal to set the active ratio (ratio 0) with an electric axis mode. (3)
22 = Els Ratio [1] (8 ms) An.signal to set the active ratio (ratio 1) with an electric axis mode. (3)
23 = Els Ratio [2] (8 ms) An.signal to set the active ratio (ratio 2) with an electric axis mode. (3)
24 = Els Ratio [3] (8 ms) An.signal to set the active ratio (ratio 3) with an electric axis mode. (3)
25 = Pos Preset 0 (8 ms) Position reference. (4)
26 = Speed Ratio 3 (500 ns) Speed reference. (2)
27 = Speed Ratio (8 ms) Speed reference multiplication factor (5)
(1): 10V = 2 * Base Torque parameter, TORQUE menu
(2): 10V = Full Scale Speed parameter , SPEED menu
(3): 10V = Els Max RB Speed parameter , EL SHAFT R BEND menu
(4): 10V = Max Prs Abs Val parameter , POSITION FUNC menu
0V = Min Prs Abs Val parameter , POSITION FUNC menu
(5) 10V = multiplication factor 2.00
20301 Analog Inp 1 Sel [--] Enum R/W 1 0 65535
Choice of the parameter to be programmed on Analog Inp 1 Sel. The possibilities listed as Choices for Analog
Input association are available, see IPA 20300. Default = Torque Ref 1
ANALOG INPUT 0
20320 An Inp 0 Offset [V] Float R/W 0 -10 10
Writing parameter for the offset setting to be algebraically added to the analog signal.
20330 An Inp 0 D_B Pos [V] Float R/W 0 0 10
Writing parameter for the setting of a positive reference threshold, under which the analog value is set to 0.
20340 An Inp 0 D_B Neg [V] Float R/W 0 -10 0
Writing parameter for the setting of a negative reference threshold, under which the analog value is set to 0.
20350 An Inp 0 Scale [--] Float R/W 1 -3.0 3
Writing parameter for the setting of a multiplication factor of the analog signal.
20310 An Inp 0 Read [V] Float R
Parameter reading the voltage value of the analog input
20360 An Inp 0 Value [V] Float R
Read-only parameter of the analog input after the offset, the scaling and the dead band.
ANALOG INPUT 1
20321 An Inp 1 Offset [V] Float R/W 0 -10 10
Writing parameter for the offset to be algebraically added to the analog signal.
20331 An Inp 1 D_B Pos [V] Float R/W 0 -10 10
Writing parameter for the setting of a positive reference threshold under which the analog value is set to 0.
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20341 An Inp 1 D_B Neg [V] Float R/W 0 -10 10
Writing parameter for the setting of a negative reference threshold under which the analog value is set to 0.
20351 An Inp 1 Scale [--] Float R/W 1 -3.0 3
Writing parameter for the setting of a multiplication factor of the analog signal.
20311 An Inp 1 Read [V] Float R
Parameter reading the analog input.
20361 An Inp 1 Value [V] Float R
Read-only parameter of the analog input after the offset, the scaling and the dead band.
ANALOG OUTPUTS ANALOG OUTPUTS ANALOG OUTPUTS ANALOG OUTPUTS ANALOG OUTPUTS
The drives of the XVy-EV series are equipped with 2 10V differential analog outputs and a 12-bit (11 bit + sign) A/D
converter. Basic Software allows to program up to two Analog Outputs.
Bandwith = 280 Hz
An Out 0 Write
An Out 1 Write
An Out Value
An Out 1 Value
An Out 0 Scale
An Out 1 Scale
x
x
+
+
An Out 0 Offset
An Out 1 Offset
Analog output
0 V GND
AO0
AO1
17
18
19
20400 Analog Out 0 Sel [--] Enum R/W 1 0 12
Choice of the parameter to be programmed on Analog Out 0 Sel. The possibilities listed as Choices for
Analog Output association are available. Deafult =Actual speed (8 ms)
Choices for Analog Output association:
0=Off The analog output is not configured.
1=Actual Speed (8 ms) Analog signal proportional to the actual motor speed. With a scale factor equal to 1,
the analog output supplies 10V when the speed is equal to the Full Scale Speed
parameter.
2=MotorCurrent (8 ms) Analog signal proportional to the actual current supplied by the drive. With a scale
factor equal to 1, the analog output supplies 10V when the current is equal to the
Drive Max Curr parameter.
3=Motor Torque (8 ms) Analog signal proportional to the torque supplied by the motor. With a scale equal to
1, the analog output supplies 10V when the torque is equal to 200% of the Base
Torque parameter (IPA 18800, 001 - MONITOR or TORQUE menu).
4=DC Link Voltage (8 ms) Analog signal proportional to the Voltage of the DC+/ DC- drive intermediate circuit
(DC Bus). With a scale factor equal to 1, the analog output supplies 10V when the
voltage is equal to 1000 V.
5=Drive Temp (8 ms) Analog signal proportional to the drive internal temperature. With a scale factor equal
to 1, the analog output supplies 10V when the temperature is equal to 100C
(212F).
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NOTE! The drive internal fan is normally stopped. It becomes active when the temperature exceeds 55C
(131F).
6=Ramp Output (8 ms) Analog signal proportional to the output of the ramp circuit. With a scale factor equal
to 1, the analog output supplies 10V when the output voltage of the ramp circuit is
equal to the Full Scale Speed parameter.
7=+10V (8 ms) +10V Analog signal. Signal available for possible potentiometer connections for the
drive references. Unit of measure : Volt.
8= -10V (8 ms) -10V Analog signal. Signal available for possible potentiometer connections for the
drive references. Unit of measure : Volt.
9=Position Error (8 ms) Analog signal proportional to the position error. The analog output reaches 10V
when the position error is equal to the AnOut MaxPosErr parameter (IPA 32200).
10=Flt Act Spd 400 (8 ms) Actual speed value with low pass filter (400 msec)
11=Flt Motor Curr (8 ms) Motor current value with low pass filter (400 msec)
12=Flt Motor Torque Value of the motor torque with low-pass filter (400 msec)
13 = PL Next Factor Speed reference multiplication factor.
14=Flt Act Spd 100 (8 ms) Actual speed value with low-pass filter (100 msec)
20401 Analog Out 1 Sel [--] Enum R/W 2 0 12
Choice of the parameter to be programmed on Analog Out 1 Sel. The possibilities listed as Choices for
Analog Output association are available. Default = [2] Motor current (1 ms).
32200 AnOut MaxPosErr [deg] Float R/W 90 0 2880
Position error to scale the Analog Output.
ANALOG OUT 0
20420 An Out 0 Scale [--] Float R/W 1 -3.0 3
Parameter for the setting of a multiplication factor of the analog signal.
20430 An Out 0 Offset [V] Float R/W 0 -10 10
Parameter for the offset setting to be algebraically added to the analog signal.
20410 An Out 0 Write [V] Float R
Parameter reading the analog output.
20440 An Out 0 Value [V] Float R
Parameter reading the actual voltage of the analog output 0.
ANALOG OUT 1
20421 An Out 1 Scale [--] Float R/W 1 -3.0 3
Parameter for the setting of a multiplication factor of the analog signal.
20431 An Out 1 Offset [V] Float R/W 0 -10 10
Parameter for the offset setting to be algebraically added to the analog signal.
20411 An Out 1 Write [V] Float R
Parameter reading the analog output.
20441 An Out 1 Value [V] Float R
Parameter reading the real value of the analog output 1.
EXP ANALOG OUT
It is possible to install inside the drive a card for the analog outputs expansion. Up to two Analog Outputs can be
expanded and programmed through the below parameters. The programming procedure for the expanded analog
outputs is the same as for the digital inputs. Refreshing time = 8ms.
20402 Exp Analog Out 0 [--] Enum R/W 0 0 14
Choice of the parameter to be programmed on Exp Analog Out 0. The possibilities listed as Choices for
Analog Output association are available, see IPA 20400 (except selections 1 and 13).
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20403 Exp Analog Out 1 [--] Enum R/W 0 0 14
Choice of the parameter to be programmed on Exp Analog Out 1.
The possibilities listed as Choices for Analog Output association are available, see IPA 20400 (except
selections 1 and 13).
EXP AN OUT 0
20422 ExAn Out 0 Scale [--] Float R/ W 1 -3.0 3
Writing parameter for the setting of a multiplication factor of the analog signal.
20432 ExAn Out 0 Offse [V] Float R/W 0 -10 10
Writing parameter for the offset setting to be algebraically added to the analog signal.
20412 ExAn Out 0 Write [V] Float R
Parameter reading the analog output.
20442 ExAn Out 0 Value [V] Float R
Parameter reading the actual voltage of the analog output.
EXP AN OUT 1
20423 ExAn Out 1 Scale [--] Float R/W 1 -3.0 3
Writing parameter for the setting of a multiplication factor of the analog signal.
20433 ExAn Out 1 Offse [V] Float R/W 0 -10 10
Writing parameter for the offset setting to be algebraically added to the analog signal.
20413 ExAn Out 1 Write [V] Float R
Parameter reading the analog output.
20443 ExAn Out 1 Value [V] Float R
Parameter of the actual voltage of the analog output 1.
ENC REPETITION ENC REPETITION ENC REPETITION ENC REPETITION ENC REPETITION
The signal coming from the encoder/resolver and used as a feedback for the speed/space loop can be repeated/
simulated (as a digital encoder) on the XER port with a desired ratio. This port can be configured both as an input
(frequency reference, coming from the master encoder, for the electric axis) or as an output.
The repetition can be enabled/disabled via the software (in order to avoid possible failures the XER connector is default
configured as an input).
The maximum repetition frequency is 500 kHz; if such frequency is exceeded, a drive alarm occurs as the
counting storage can not be assured.
The index can be repeated up to a total accumulated limit of 131070 pulses.
It is possible to set the position of the first repeated index pulse as compared to the first master index after the index
repetition has been enabled.
The following indexes will be repeated with a frequency set independently of the master index.
20035 Enc Rep Sim Cfg [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 1
The following possibilities are available:
0=Main Enc Repet Hw repetition of motor encoder (not available on motor with resolver)
1=Spd Pos Enc Sim Simulation of motor encoder.
2=Aux Enc Repeater Hw repetition of the auxiliary encoder (XER).
20030 PPR Simulation [--] Dword R/ Z/ * 1024 1 131071
Parameter setting the pulse/revolution number for the encoder simulation signal.
20032 Index Puls Simul [--] Dword R/Z/* 1024 1 536871000
Parameter setting the gain for the simulation of the zero slot. It states the pulse frequency with which the encoder
index is repeated. For example, 100 means that a zero index is obtained every 100 repeated pulses.
20033 Index Offset Sim [--] Long R/Z/* 0 1 536871000
Parameter setting the offset for the simulation of the index signal. With this parameter it is possible to program the
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position of the first repeated index pulse as compared to the first master index, after the index repetition has been
enabled. Following indexes will be repeated with the set frequency (Index Puls Simul parameter) independently of
the master index.
19040 Enc Err Simul [mech.deg.] Float R
Encoder simulation error.
JOG FUNCTION JOG FUNCTION JOG FUNCTION JOG FUNCTION JOG FUNCTION
The JOG function can be used both with a speed control and with a position control. By programming specific digital inputs, Jog
CW and/or Jog CCW, it is possible to replace the Speed ref speed reference (position 1 for the switch) with the jog one
(position 2 for the switch). Speed ref (speed reference) is active when is present the START command while the jog reference is
active when is present Jog CW or Jog CCW.
In case both the START and the JOG command are present, the START command has the priority.
+
Speed Ref 1(rpm)
Speed Ref 2 (rpm)
Jog Speed Limit (rpm)
Jog Reference (rpm)
Jog Ref (%)
+
Speed Reference
1
2
21000 Jog Speed Limit [rpm] Float R/ W 1500.0 0 IPA20003
Parameter setting the maximum reference limit for the jog function.
21001 Jog Reference [%] Float R/W 10 0 100
Jog function reference, which can be set also via an analog input. Its percentage value states the jog
21003 CW Jog Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration time (active on the Jog CW reference).
21004 CCW Jog Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration time (active on the Jog CCW reference).
21005 CW Jog Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise deceleration time (active on the Jog CW reference).
21006 CCW Jog Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise deceleration time (active on the Jog CCW reference).
MUL MUL MUL MUL MULTISPEED TISPEED TISPEED TISPEED TISPEED
As an alternative to the Speed ref analog reference (in the speed control configuration), it is possible to enable the
Multispeed function. Enabling some digital inputs configured as Speed sel bit X (see IPA 20101). it is possible to recall
up to seven fixed speeds set in the Multi Speed XX. parameters.
The references can be supplied with signs, so that their definition sets the desired rotation direction.
In case the digital inputs programmed as Speed Sel Bit are all at 0, the reference Speed Ref 1/2 remains active
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Speed sel bit 0 Speed sel bit 1 Speed sel bit 2
Multi speed 1 high low low
Multi speed 2 low high low
Multi speed 3 high high low
Multi speed 4 low low high
Multi speed 5 high low high
Multi speed 6 low high high
Multi speed 7 high high high
txv9201
Speed Reference (rpm)
Speed Ref 1 (rpm)
Speed Ref 2 (rpm)
Jog Ref (rpm)
+
Jog CW Jog CCW
1
7
Speed Sel Bit 1
Speed Sel Bit 2
Speed Sel Bit 0
Multi Spd Index
Multi Speed Conf
21301 Multi Speed 1 [rpm] Float R/ W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Setting of the multispeed 1 speed reference
21302 Multi Speed 2 [rpm] Float R/ W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Setting of the multispeed 2 speed reference
21303 Multi Speed 3 [rpm] Float R/ W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Setting of the multispeed 3 speed reference
21304 Multi Speed 4 [rpm] Float R/ W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Setting of the multispeed 4 speed reference
21305 Multi Speed 5 [rpm] Float R/ W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Setting of the multispeed 5 speed reference
21306 Multi Speed 6 [rpm] Float R/ W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Setting of the multispeed 6 speed reference
21307 Multi Speed 7 [rpm] Float R/ W 0 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Setting of the multispeed 7 speed reference
21310 Multi Spd Index [--] Word R/W 0 0 7
Read parameter, if Multi Speed Conf = Digital input. It states the currently used speed reference.
Read/write parameter if Multi Speed Conf = Parameter. Setting of the multi speed reference.
21311 Multi Speed Conf [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
Parameter for the selection of the commands enabling the multi speed references.
0 = Digital input Reference selection via digital input
1 = Parameter Reference selection via the Multi Spd Index parameter
It is also possible to select up to 3 analog references as Multispeed (see IPA 20300), which can be
recalled via the selection of three digital inputs.
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MUL MUL MUL MUL MULTIRAMP TIRAMP TIRAMP TIRAMP TIRAMP
The Multiramp function allows to recall up to three different ramps (in addition to the main ramp).
The acceleration and deceleration times can be set in an independent way. The recall of the desired ramp is carried out
via a / two digital signals programmed as Ramp sel bit 0 and ramp sel bit 1 (see IPA 20201).
The selection of each different ramp allows the reference to follow the new ramp during the acceleration and
deceleration phase.
Ramp sel bit 0 Ramp sel bit 1
Ramp 1 high low
Ramp 2 low high
Ramp 3 high high
txv9202
Ramp Output
Reference = 0
Ramp Enable Jog enable
Ramp Sel Bit 1
Ramp Sel Bit 0
1
2
3
Multi Ramp Index
Multi Ramp Conf
21440 Multi Ramp Index [--] Word R/ W 0 0 3
Read parameter if Multi Ramp Conf = Digital input. It states the ramp being used. Read/write
parameter if Multi Ramp Conf = Parameter. Setting of the multi-ramp selection.
21441 Multi Ramp Conf [--] Enum R/W 1 0 1
Parameter for the selection of the multi-ramp enabling commands
0 = Digital input Ramp selection via digital input
1 = Parameter Ramp selection via the Multi Ramp Index
MULTIRAMP 1
21401 M Ramp 1 CW Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 1 setting of the clockwise acceleration
21411 M Ramp 1 CCW Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 1 setting of the counterclockwise acceleration
21421 M Ramp 1 CW Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 1 setting of the clockwise deceleration
21431 M Ramp 1 CCW Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 1 setting of the counterclockwise deceleration
MULTIRAMP 2
21402 M Ramp 2 CW Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 2 setting of the clockwise acceleration
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21412 M Ramp 2 CCW Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 2 setting of the counterclockwise acceleration
21422 M Ramp 2 CW Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 2 setting of the clockwise deceleration
21432 M Ramp 2 CCW Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 2 setting of the counterclockwise deceleration
MULTIRAMP 3
21403 M Ramp 3 CW Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 3 setting of the clockwise acceleration
21413 M Ramp 3 CCW Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 3 setting of the counterclockwise acceleration
21423 M Ramp 3 CW Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 3 setting of the clockwise deceleration
21433 M Ramp 3 CCW Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Rate 3 setting of the counterclockwise deceleration
SPEED DRAW SPEED DRAW SPEED DRAW SPEED DRAW SPEED DRAW
The Speed Draw functional enables the speed reference from the ramp unit to be multiplied by a value between 0 and 2 (0-
200%). This value can be entered manually via the configurator, bus or come from the motor potentiometer function.
The SPEED DRAW function is working only if parameter 20023 Control Mode is set as Speed; in all other modes, this
function is bypassed (ratio = 1). The function is bypassed in case of Jog run as well.
The SPEED DRAW function enables the speed reference from the ramp unit to be multiplied by a value between 0 and 2 (0-
200%). This value can be entered manually via the configurator and bus, it can be sampled from an external analog
reference or come from the motor potentiometer function.
20085 Speed Draw Ratio [--] Float R/W 1 0 2
Multiplication factor
20086 Speed Draw Out [rpm] Float R
Resulting reference speed.
20089 Speed Draw In [rpm] Float R
Speed reference input at SPEED DRAW function.
20092 Act SpdDrw Ratio [%] Float R
Speed ratio currently used.
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MO MO MO MO MOT TT TTOR PO OR PO OR PO OR PO OR POT TT TT
The Motor potentiometer function allows the speed of the drive to be varied, with the command entered from the keypad, from
digital inputs, from the serial link or the field bus.
Changes are made by setting a ramp time. The Motor-potentiometer reference can be added or multiplied with the output
from the ramp.
The Jog function is separate from the Motor potentiometer function.
I/O Parameter
Parameter
Internal variable
Ramp
Output
Reference = 0
Speed Draw
In
Speed Draw
Out
R
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C
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A
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Speed
Reference
Pos Speed
Limit
Neg Speed
Limit
Act SpdDrw
Ratio
Speed Draw
En
Jog En
X
Motor Pot
Mode
Speed Draw
Ratio
Motor Pot
Output
Torque Speed Limit Reverse
A
End Run
Rev
End Run
Forward
J
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S
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L
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J
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R
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Ramp In = 0
M Pot
Output
M Pot
mode
M
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M
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MPOT
Jog CW Jog CCW
Motor Pot Up Lim
Motor Pot Lo Lim
Motor Pot Acc&Dec
Motor Pot Init
Motor Pot Mode
Multi
Speed
Conf
Multi
Speed
Index
1
7
S
p
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S
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B
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S
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0
Speed Ref 1(rpm)
Speed Ref 2 (rpm)
Ramp
Enable
Jog
Enable Torque
22502 Motor Pot Up Lim [%] Float R/W 100 0 200
Upper limit of the motor potentiometer output reference. 0 200%
Referred to Full scale speed if Motor Pot Mode = Add To Ramp Ref.
Considered as maximum percentage of main speed reference multiplication if Motor Pot Mode = Speed ref
Multip.
The parameter can be set through keyboard, serial line or bus.
22503 Motor Pot Lo Lim [%] Float R/W 100 0 200
Lower limit of the motor potentiometer output reference. 0 200%
Referred to Full scale speed if Motor Pot Mode = Add To Ramp Ref.
Considered as minimum percentage of main speed reference multiplication if Motor Pot Mode = Speed ref
Multip.
The parameter can be set through keyboard, serial line or bus.
22504 Motor Pot Acc [msec] Long R/W 4000 0 IPA20003
Speed reference acceleration time. [s] 0 6553,5 (Referred to Full Scale Speed).
If Motor Pot Mode = Add To Ramp Ref: the drive main ramp (RAMP menu) is overwritten by Motor
Pot Acc.
If Motor Pot Mode = Speed Ref Multip: the drive main ramp (RAMP menu) is completely
independent from Motor Pot Acc.
The command can be sent through keyboard, terminals, serial line or bus.
22505 Motor Pot Dec [msec] Long R/ W 4000 0 IPA20003
Speed reference deceleration time. [s] 0 6553,5 (Referred to Full Scale Speed).
If Motor Pot Mode = Add To Ramp Ref: the drive main ramp (RAMP menu) is overwritten by Motor
Pot Dec.
If Motor Pot Mode = Speed Ref Multip: the drive main ramp (RAMP menu) is completely independent from
Motor Pot Dec.
The parameter can be set through keyboard, serial line or bus.
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22506 Motor Pot Init [%] Float R/W 0 0 100
Initialisation of the motor potentiometer output reference. 0 200%
Referred to Full scale speed if Motor Pot Mode = Add To Ramp Ref.
Considered as percentage of main speed reference multiplication if Motor Pot Mode = Speed ref
Multip. The parameter can be set through keyboard, serial line or bus.
22507 Motor Pot En [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
Enabling of motor potentiometer function. The command can be sent through keyboard, terminals, serial
line or bus.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
22508 Motor Pot Reset [--] Float R/W 0 0 1
Reset memory and initialisation of Motor Pot Output to a value set in Motor Pot Init.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled Reset
The command can be sent through keyboard, terminals, serial line or bus.
22509 Motor Pot Mode [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
Operational mode of the motor potentiometer. The command can be sent through keyboard, terminals, serial
line or bus.
0 = Add to Ramp Ref Speed reference is added to Speed Ref
1 = Ramp Ref Multip The motor potentiometer acts as a Speed Ref multiplier. In this case, the drive
Speed Draw function is used.
Note: if the Speed Ratio parameter is set to analog input, this takes the priority over the motor-
potentiometer function.
If this parameter is modified parameter 22506 must be reinitialised:
- 22509 changed from 0 to 1 by user -> 22506 reset automatically = 100
- 22509 changed from 1 to 0 by user -> 22506 reset automatically = 0
22510 Motor Pot Memo [--] Float R/W 0 0 1
Storage of reference setting in memory
0 = Disabled Restart from default configuration
If Motor Pot Mode = Add To Ramp Ref: the speed reference is set to the value
shown in Motor Pot Lo Lim.
If Motor Pot Mode = Speed Ref Multip: the speed ratio is set to 100%.
The command can be sent through keyboard, terminals, serial line or bus.
1 = Enabled Storage of last speed or speed ratio set.
If Motor Pot Mode = Add To Ramp Ref: after Start, the motor accelerates
automatically up to the preset speed.
If Motor Pot Mode = Speed Ref Multip: after Start, the motor follows the speed
reference multiplied by the preset ratio.
22511 Motor Pot Dir [--] Bool R/W 0 0 1
Polarity inversion of speed reference.
0=Forward direct
1=Reverse reversed reference
The command can be sent through keyboard, terminals, serial line or bus.
22501 Motor Pot Output [%] Float R
Monitor for motor potentiometer setting 0 200%.
The command can be sent through keyboard, serial line or bus.
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BRAKE CONTROL BRAKE CONTROL BRAKE CONTROL BRAKE CONTROL BRAKE CONTROL
The brake function allows to control in a suitable way the motor emergency brake with a drive digital output
programmed as [20] Brake Command..
The drive enabling and disabling requires the use of a digital input programmed as [28] Virtual Enable.
In case an alarm occurs or the digital input 0 drops out during the functioning procedure, the output controlling the
brake drops out when the motor speed is lower than the programmable threshold.
Digita Input = 0
Virtual Enable
(DI)
Drive Enable
(DO)
Start / Stop
(DI)
Ramp
Reference
Speed (*)
Brake
Command (DO) Brake OFF Delay 8msec 8msec 8msec
Brake ON Spd Thr
Brake ON Delay
Brake OFF Delay Brake OFF Delay
Brake ON Delay
(*) Speed = 100 ms Filtered Actual speed (Flt Act Spd 100)
Note! In case an alarm occurs, the behavior is the same as the one used for the Digital Input 0 drop.
20600 Brake Enable [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
0 = Disabled Disabled brake function.
1 = Enabled Enabled brake function
20601 Brake OFF Delay [sec] Float R/W 0 0 10
Delay stated in seconds from the brake opening command to the reference enabling.
20602 Brake ON Delay [sec] Float R/W 0 0 10
Delay stated in seconds from the brake closing command to the drive disabling (non-torque motor).
20603 Brake ON Spd Thr [rpm] Float R/W 100 0 20000
Speed threshold closing the brake in case an alarm occurs or the digital input 0 drops out.
PO PO PO PO POWERL WERL WERL WERL WERLOSS OSS OSS OSS OSS
The Powerloss function controls the loss of power whether transient or long term. When running in Powerloss mode,
the system is controlled so as to use the motors kinetic energy, keeping the DC link voltage value high.
The function is activated automatically for a cut-in threshold of around 78% of normal operating voltage of the DC Link
(e.g.: for a 400 V AC supply, the threshold is 440 V DC).
The function's activation can be detected by the programmable PL Stop Active parameter on the digital output.
There are two operating modes implemented: Coast through and Emergency Stop.
The choice is made from the Powerloss Config. parameter.
Coast-through mode
This mode is designed to allow the controlled motor to pass through a mains dip with as little loss of speed as possible.
When the function activation threshold is detected, the motor speed is controlled by a PI regulator, in order to
maintain the DC Link voltage constant at a predefined value of 12% above the voltage drop threshold.
The gains on the PI regulator are set via P Loss Prop Gain and P Loss Int Gain.
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The function is automatically deactivated when the mains power returns, restoring the motor to the operating conditions prior
to the break.
If the power loss is permanent, or the motor speed drops too low to allow kinetic energy to be recovered, the drive stops
in the Main Power Loss (A16) alarm conditions.
Emergency Stop mode
This mode is designed for use in applications where the motor or motors installed in a machine have to be stopped in a
controlled and synchronised way, including where mains power is lost.
When the function activation threshold is detected, the drive reduces the output frequency according to the P
Loss Ramp setting, causing the motor to operate as a generator, recharging the DC Link to the value specified
in the P Loss Volt Ref parameter. The motor speed is then controlled via a PI regulator and regulated to keep
the DC Link voltage constant. The gains on the PI regulator are set via P Loss Prop Gain and P Loss Int
Gain.
While operating in Powerloss the drive current limit is set with P Loss Trq Limit.
When the motor speed drops below the threshold set in P Loss Spd 0 Thr, the drive stops in Main Power Loss (A16)
alarm conditions.
The PL Next Factor parameter, that can be set on the analogue output, provides the speed reference (Motor Speed /
Speed Reference). It can be used as a speed reference multiplier for the other motors installed on the machine, to
permit synchronised stop.
The drive can be notified that the mains voltage is restored via the PL Mains Status parameter or via a digital input.
When the parameter value returns to the high state, and if the motor speed is above the threshold set in P Loss NoRes
Thr, the system accelerates the motor again to the operating conditions prior to the break, with the standard system
ramp (RAMP menu).
18138 PL Mains status [--] Bool R/W 0 0 1
It signals the mains voltage reset to the drive. The command can be sent through keyboard, programmable
digital input, serial line or bus.
0 = Off
1 = On
18130 Powerloss Config [--] Enum R/W/* 0 0 2
Configuration of Powerloss function.
0 = Disabled
1 = Coast - Through
2 = Emergency Stop
18131 P Loss Prop Gain [--] Int R/W 500 0 32767
Proportional gain of Powerloss function regulation algorithm.
18132 P Loss Int Gain [--] Int R/W 500 0 32767
Integral gain of Powerloss function regulation algorithm.
18133 P Loss Volt Ref [V] Float R/W 790 100 820
Reference value for Emergency stop function algorithm.
18134 P Loss Ramp [ms/krmp] Float R/ W 336.1 0 FLT_MAX
Ramp value used for activation of Emergency stop function algorithm.
18135 P Loss Trq Lim [%] Float R/W 100 0 FLT_MAX
Maximum value of braking torque in Emergency Stop phase.
18136 P Loss Spd 0 Thr [rpm] Float R/W 10 0 FLT_MAX
Main Loss alarm (A 16) activation threshold..
20088 P Loss NoRes Thr [rpm] Float R/W 10 0 100000
Speed threshold below which operation can no longer be restored to the state prior to a break in power,
when the power returns.
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18137 PL Next Factor [--] Float R
Provides the speed reference (Motor Speed / Speed Reference). It can be used as a speed reference
multiplier for the other motors installed on the machine, to permit synchronised stop. The parameter can
be set to a programmable analog output.
20087 Loss Active [--] ENUM R 0 0 1
Power loss function activity state.
0 = Not Active
1 = Active
POSITION POSITION POSITION POSITION POSITION
The drives can be configured in Position Control; the default mode is however Speed Control.
DRIVE CONFIG / Control Mode -> Position
Caution! In order to perform a right positioning, the drive has to reach the position 0 (or homing
position) at least once. When the home position has been found, it is maintained till the drive is switched
off or reset. It is possible to perform a new 0 search (or homing) at any moment by rising the digital input
programmed as Pos zero search.
There are 8 point-point conditions available, with constant acceleration profile, configurable in absolute or relative
mode, and with options of various speed and acceleration settings for each position.
Absolute mode:
- Position Mode parameter= [0] Absolute : used to vary distances between stations, by modifying the position of each
individual station, and in the event of an unwanted stop, allowing easier return to the zero position (home).
- Position Mode parameter= [1] IncAbs : movements are incremental, in absolute steps.
Example: if the preset position is 2000 u.u., the destination settings are 2000, 4000, 6000,
Relative mode:
- Position Mode parameter = [2] Incremental : movements are incremental with respect to the starting position
Example: if the selected position preset is 2000 u.u. (user unit), with each Pos start pos command the position
increases by 2000 u.u.
For each movement, the parameters can be set:
Pos Preset X Setting initial sector
Pos Speed X Setting speed
Pos Acc X Setting acceleration
Pos Dec X Setting deceleration
The parameters for managing functions are in the Position menu:
- Find Zero
- Position start
- Position reference from analogue input
- Self-learning measurements
- Sequential position control (multi-position controller)
Zero search ( Pos 0 search )
The zero search phase can be performed following different procedures:
A - Using the zero sensor and the encoder slot (default mode)
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B - Using only the zero sensor
C - Using the encoder slot
D - With parameter IPA 30045, 0 Pos at Startup (ZERO FOUND CONF menu)
- also see "Self-tuning positions - POS Memo 0", on the following pages.
A - Using the zero sensor and the encoder slot (default mode):
Zero Sensor En = Enabled;
Zero Index En = Enabled.
(DI) Enable
Home Src Direc = positive
Zero Sensor En = enabled
Zero Index En = enabled
(DI) Pos 0 Sensor
Index encoder
Speed (*)
(DO) Pos Zero Found
Home Spd Ref
Home Fine Spd
(DI) POS 0 Search
(*) Speed = 100 ms Filtered Actual speed (Flt Act Spd 100)
1) Enable the drive: "Enable" digital input with a high logic status.
2) Enable (high logic status) the digital input programmed as POS 0 Search.
3) When the motor receives the POS 0 Search command, it starts moving in the direction stated by the Home
Src Direc parameter (positive = motor clockwise rotation direction) with the Home Spd Ref reference. When
the sensor is used (high POS 0 Sensor ), the motor changes its rotation direction and the active speed
reference becomes Home Fine Spd. The motor stops at the first encoder slot after freeing the sensor (low
POS 0 Sensor) The position of the encoder slot is acquired as position 0.
If the sensor is used at the motor start up (high POS 0 Sensor) the motor starts rotating in an opposite direction as compared
to the one stated by the Home Src Direc parameter (positive = the motor rotates in an anti-clockwise direction) with the
Home Fine Spd reference. The motor stops at the first encoder slot after freeing the sensor (low POS 0 Sensor). The
position of the encoder slot is acquired as position 0.
The Inside Index Src parameter allows to define if the encoder index corresponding to zero is internal or
external to the sensor.
The Zero Sensor Edge parameter allows to choose the active edge of the zero sensor. For further information see the
ZERO FOUND CONFIG menu.
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B - Using only the zero sensor
Zero Sensor En = Enabled;
Zero Index En = Disabled.
(DI) Enable
Home Src Direc
Zero Sensor En = enabled
Zero Index En = disable
= positive
(DI) Pos 0 sensor
Speed (*)
(DO) POS Zero Found
Home Spd Ref
Home Fine Spd
(DI) Pos 0 search
(*) Speed = 100 ms Filtered Actual speed (Flt Act Spd 100)
1) Enable the drive: "Enable" digital input with a high logic status.
2) Enable (high logic status) the digital input programmed as POS 0 Search.
3) When the motor receives the POS 0 Search command, it starts moving in the direction stated by the Home
Src Direc parameter (positive = motor clockwise rotation direction) with the Home Spd Ref reference. When
the sensor is used (high POS 0 Sensor), the motor changes its rotation direction and the active speed
reference becomes Home Fine Spd.
The motor stops after the sensor has been freed (low POS 0 Sensor). This position is acquired as position 0.
If the sensor is used at the motor start up (high POS 0 Sensor) the motor starts rotating in an opposite direction as
compared to the one stated by the Home Src Direc parameter (positive = the motor rotates in an anti-clockwise
direction) with the Home Fine Spd reference. The motor stops after the sensor has been freed (low POS 0
Sensor ). This position is acquired as position 0.
The Zero Sensor Edge parameter allows to choose the active edge of the zero sensor. For further information see the
ZERO FOUND CONF menu.
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C - Using the encoder slot
Zero Sensor En = Disabled;
Zero Index En = Enabled
1) Enable the drive: "Enable" digital input with a high logic status.
2) Enable (high logic status) the digital input programmed as POS 0 Search.
3) When the motor receives POS 0 Search command, the motor starts rotating in a direction opposite to the one
stated by the Home Src Direc parameter (positive = the motor rotates in an anti-clockwise direction) with the Home
Fine Spd reference. The motor stops at the first encoder slot and acquires this position as 0.
(DI) Enable
POS SENSOR SEARCH DIR = positive
ZERO SENSOR ENABLE = disable
ZERO INDEX ENABLE = enabled
Index encoder
Speed (*)
(DO) Pos Zero Found
Pos speed line 0
(DI) Pos 0 search
(*) Speed = 100 ms Filtered Actual speed (Flt Act Spd 100)
NOTE! If Zero Sensor En = Disabled and Zero Index En = Disabled by rising POS 0 Search the motor stands still and
the home search is not performed.
If in the A and B condition the limit switch is found (End Run Forward if the speed is positive and End Run Reverse if the
speed is negative) before using the sensor, the motor changes its rotation direction maintaining the Home Spd Ref reference
speed. When the sensor is used (high POS 0 Sensor), the active speed reference is Home Fine Spd, but the motor does
not change its rotation direction. The motor stops when the sensor is freed (low POS 0 Sensor). This position is acquired as
position 0. This is useful when the 0 sensor is not placed at one of the stroke ends.
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(DI) Enable
Home Src Direc = positive
Zero Sensor En = enabled
Zero Index En = enable
(DI) End Run forward
Index encoder
Speed (*)
(DO) os P Zero Found
Home Spd Ref
Home Fine Spd
(DI) Pos 0 search
(DI) Pos 0 Sensor
(*) Speed = 100 ms Filtered Actual speed (Flt Act Spd 100)
If an offset is set for the zero position (Home Pos Offset different from 0), during the zero search the motor
behaves as previously described. The only difference is that in the home point the position is equal to -Home
Pos Offset.
Through the Home Pos Offs En parameter it is possible to stop the motor at 0 user units, i.e. a movement of - Home
Pos Offset as compared to the encoder slot.
D - With parameter IPA 30045, 0 Pos at Startup (ZERO FOUND CONF menu)
1) Enable parameter IPA 30045, 0 Pos at Startup (ZERO FOUND CONF menu)
2) Next time the drive is turned on it will sample the position of the encoder which will be acquired as Zero
position (Home).
Note: If a further zero search is made with one of the above methods, the initial zero position will be overwritten.
Position Start
At the end of the zero search phase it is possible to carry out the position start. The motor, when the drive (enabled)
receives the POS Start Pos command, starts rotating with the reference Pos Speed and reaches the set value. There
are 64 registers where it is possible to store the desired values and to recall them via digital inputs programmed as Pos
Preset 0,1,2,3,4,5. (They are used to state in a binary way the positioning value. It is not necessary to use them all. If
they have not been programmed, the bits are set at 0).
For each value of the first 8 registers it is possible to set a maximum speed and a personalized acceleration and
deceleration ramp. As for the other registers, the speed, the acceleration and deceleration ramp is the same for
them all.
Position reference from analogue input
For absolute positioning (IPA 30091, Position Mode = 1) with continuous sampling enabled (IPA 30099, Pos An Mode = 1
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) an analogue input can be sampled to set the position reference Pos Preset 0.
The sampled reference will go from Min Prs Abs Val to Max Prs Abs Val
Example: 0V = Min Prs Abs Val, 10V = Max Prs Abs Val
If 30099 Pos An Mode = Continuous, the analog reference is followed as long as the POS-Start Pos command
remains active, and when it is deactivated the value is frozen as the final position.
If 30099 Pos An Mode = Step, the analog reference is sampled by enabling the POS-Start Pos command when the
engine reaches the specified position, after which sampling is deactivated (even if POS-Start Pos is still active).
Other parameters dedicated to the function: IPA 30098, Pos An Filter; IPA 30097, Pos An Stdy Wind; IPA 30096, Pos
An Wind Del; IPA 30099, Pos An Mode .
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Pos Speed 0
Pos 1 Acc/Dec CW/CCW Pos 1 Speed
Pos 2 Acc/Dec CW/CCW Pos 2 Speed
Pos 3 Acc/Dec CW/CCW Pos 3 Speed
Pos 6 Acc/Dec CW/CCW Pos 6 Speed
Pos 7 Acc/Dec CW/CCW Pos 7 Speed
Pos 5 Acc/Dec CW/CCW Pos 5 Speed
Pos 4 Acc/Dec CW/CCW Pos 4 Speed
Pos (8..63) Acc/Dec Pos (8..63) Speed
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POS Memo 0: (see IPA 20101) it stores the present position as a zero position. If the zero position is stored, the value
is considered to have been found (a further zero search is not necessary to perform the positioning procedure).
POS Memo Pos: (see IPA 20101) it stores the present position as a value xx . The register where the value has to be
stored is stated by the Preset Index parameters if the Pos Preset Conf parameter has been set as Parameter, or by
the digital input if Pos Preset Conf has been set as Digital Input.
Sequential position control (multi-position controller)
When a position is completed (within the first eight) it is possible to continue to follow it with any subsequent movement,
as long as certain conditions are fulfilled. This allows a composite movement to be executed.
The following parameters control the sequence
M Pos X Progress At the end of each position setting, this parameter enables or prevents movement to the
next position.
M Pos X Dwell Sets the delay time for forward movement
M Pos X Event Setting the forward movement following an event from digital or field bus inputs
M Pos X Next Pos Setting of next positioning step.
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The forward movement may take place:
with a delay, set in M Pos X Dwell
following an event. The event is a value given by the digital or field bus inputs which equals M Pos X Event
Combination of both the above: after a period waiting for an event to be performed.
The command POS Start Pos selects the initial sector as a function of POS Preset
The following parameters are available to enable, display and interrupt the sequence:
Menu Parameter Function
POSITION Multi Pos Enable Enabling multi-position controller
[46] MultiPos Abort Command from digital or field bus input:
Interrupts position sequence.
Interruption possible with POS Start Pos disabled or with
drive disabled.
At next POS Start Pos command, the sector will be chosen
according to POS Preset.
Multi Pos Index Sector in execution
Actual Event Value of variable Event., is compared to M Pos X Event
Start on Edge Enabled: with Multi Pos Enable = ON, Start on Edge is
always Disabled.
Start on Edge Disabled: with the POS Start Pos command it advances, as
the command is cut, it stops. As the next command is given,
it moves on from the stop point.
Example of use of Multi-position controller: Repeated movement of a conveyor belt
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Movement to the next station takes place when the micro-switches are in position, and in each case after a minimum
preset time.
- Setting parameters in absolute mode - POSITION \ POSITION FUNC Menu
Position Mode = Absolute The positions shown are absolute with respect to zero (home)
Multi Pos Enable = On
- Event definition: with three digital inputs, Pos Actual Event can be set from 0 to 7
Digital Input 4 = POS Event Bit 0
Digital Input 5 = POS Event Bit 1
Digital Input 6 = POS Event Bit 2
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- Setting five presets for the position (Pos Preset 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4)
> Menu POSITION\Pos Preset 0
Parameter setting note
Pos Preset 0 d1
Pos Speed 0 va
Pos Acc 0 xxx will not be relayed to the other settings
Pos Dec 0 xxx will not be relayed to the other settings
MPos 0 Progress Dwell+Event advance to the next position setting
MPos 0 Dwell 100 arrived at station 1, waits 100 msec
MPos 0 Event 3 waits until Pos Actual Event word equals 3, so that the digital inputs 4 and 5 are high.
MPos 0 Next Pos 1 advancement to Pos Preset 1
> Menu POSITION\Pos Preset 1
Parameter setting note
Pos Preset 1 d1+d2
Pos Speed 1 vb
MPos 1 Progress Dwell+Event advance to the next position setting
MPos 1 Dwell 100 arrived at station 2, waits 100 msec
MPos 1 Event 7 waits until Pos Actual Event word equals 7, so that the digital inputs 4, 5 and 6 are high.
MPos 1 Next Pos 2 advancement to Pos Preset 2
> Menu POSITION\Pos Preset 2
Parameter setting note
Pos Preset 2 d1+d2+d3
Pos Speed 2 vb
MPos 2 Progress = Dwell+Event advance to the next position setting
MPos 2 Dwell = 100 arrived at station 3, waits 100 msec
MPos 2 Event = 1 waits until Pos Actual Event word equals 1, so that the digital input 4 is high.
MPos 2 Next Pos 3 advancement to Pos Preset 3
> Menu POSITION\Pos Preset 3
Parameter setting note
Pos Preset 3 d1+d2+d3+d4
Pos Speed 3 va
MPos 3 Progress Dwell+Event advance to the next position setting
MPos 3 Dwell 100 arrived at station 4, waits 100 msec
MPos 3 Event 2 waits until Pos Actual Event word equals 2, so that the digital input 2 is high.
MPos 3 Next Pos 4 advancement to Pos Preset 4
> Menu POSITION\Pos Preset 4
Parameter setting note
Pos Preset 4 0 Home
Pos Speed 4 vc
MPos 4 Progress Dwell+Event advance to the next position setting
MPos 4 Dwell 100 arrived at home waits 100 msec
MPos 4 Event 5 waits until Pos Actual Event word equals 5, so that the digital inputs 4 and 5 are high.
MPos 4 Next Pos 0 advancement to Pos Preset 0
> Menu POSITION\Pos Preset 5 ... 8
Parameter setting note
MPos 5 Progress ... MPos 8 Progress None default
18123 Max Pos Error [deg] Float R/W 90 0 2880
Maximum position error which, if overcome, causes the intervention of the "(A 29) Position error" alarm in the "Els"
or "Position" condition.
30000 Unit Per Rev [--] Float R/Z/* 1000 -10000 100000
Setting of distance (in u.u.) covered by one motor revolution. Parameter used for the conversion of the position into
engineering units; by setting a negative value it is possible to combine positive positioning procedures with motor
anti-clockwise rotations.
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30001 Unit Per Div [--] Float R/Z/* 1 1 10000.0
This parameter is used as divider to calculate the number of motor pulses per user unit, and to avoid rounding
errors introduced by mechanical ratios.
As example lets consider a mechanical system made with a 10 mm pitch ballscrew and a 1:3 gear
ratio. If we want to express the distances in millimeters we can set the parameters as follows:
Unit Per Rev (IPA 30000) = 10
Unit Per Div (IPA 30001) = 3
30002 Multi Pos Enable [--] Bool R/ W 0 0 1
Enabling multi-position controller
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
30010 Pos CW Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning procedures (ramp rate active for the positions
set by the registers 8 to 63)..
30011 Pos CCW Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning procedures (ramp rate active for the
positions set by the registers 8 to 63).
30012 Pos CW Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise deceleration rate during the positioning procedures (ramp rate active for the positions
set by the registers 8 to 63).
30013 Pos CCW Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise deceleration rate during the positioning procedures (ramp rate active for the
positions set by the registers 8 to 63)
30014 Position Speed [rpm] Float R/W 3000.0 0 IPA20003
It is active if the Pos_speed analog input is not programmed.
Setting of the speed reference during the positioning procedures.
30042 Start on Edge [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
0 = Disabled If the POS Start Pos command is disabled during a positioning phase, the
motor stops in accordance with the IPA 30043 Stop by Ramp. parameter.
1 = Enable During the positioning phase the motor can be stopped only disabling the drive.
The change of this parameter is active only after a homing phase.
The change to this parameter is active only after the drive is reset.
30043 Stop by Ramp [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
0 = Disabled If Start on Edge = Disabled, the motor stops without ramp if the POS Start Pos
command is disabled during a positioning phase.
1 = Enable If Start on Edge = Disabled, the motor stops with a ramp time set in the Pos
Stop Dec parameter if the POS Start Pos command is disabled during a
positioning phase.
The change to this parameter is active only after the drive is reset.
30044 Pos Reach Behav [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
0 = Disabled
1 = Enable
Pos Reached
Pos Start Pos
Pos Reached
Pos Start Pos
0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled
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30057 Back Lash Window [u.u.] Float R/W 2000.0 0 IPA30018
This parameter sets the width of the position window where it is possible to correct the positioning errors caused
by some mechanical clearance. During the positioning process if the input defined as [1010] POS Memo 0
becomes active the drive will complete the move, but it will be consider that the starting point of the next move
command will be the position where POS Memo 0 input become active. If the input defined as POS Memo 0
becomes active outside the position window defined in Back Lash Window, the drive will not start the next
position command until new zero search will be completed. This function is active only in Inc Abs
30090 Preset Index [--] Word R/W 0 0 63
Read parameter if Pos Preset Conf = Digital input.
Read/write parameter if Pos Preset Conf = Parameter. It states which position preset is currently used.
30091 Position Mode [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
This parameter states if the positioning values make reference to the zero position or to the actual position.
(Relative or absolute moves).
0 = Inc Abs It states that the value of the position register is incremental for absolute pitches.
Example: if the position preset is 2000 u.u., the destination values are 2000, 4000, 6000, ...
If the positioning procedure is stopped, the new POS Start Pos command ends the previous positioning
procedure.
1 = Absolute It states that the value of the position register is absolute as compared to the zero position.
Example: If the currently selected position preset is 2000 u.u., with the first command of POS Start Pos the
destination position is 2000 u.u. (referred to the zero position); with the following commands (if the register is
not modified) the position will not change.
2=Incremental It indicates that the position register setting is incremental compared to the current
position.
Example: if the preset position presently selected is at 2000 u.u. (user unit), each POS Start Pos command
will increase the position by 2000 u.u. If the seeking is interrupted, the next POS Start Pos command will
increase the position by 2000 u.u. from the point where the motor stopped.
30094 Pos Stop Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the active clockwise/anti-clockwise deceleration time when the POS Start Pos command is
disabled before the in process positioning procedure is completed.
19113 Actual Pos Error [deg] Float R
Position error used with the Els or Position condition.
30004 Multi Pos Index [--] Int R
Displays the sector of Pos Preset in execution during execution of the Multiposition function.
30016 Actual Position [u.u.] Float R
Read-only parameter. It states the motor present position as compared to the zero position.
30081 Destination Pos [u.u.] Float R
Read-only parameter stating the destination position in user units.
30093 Position Config [--] Dword R
Bit-configured parameter with hexadecimal setting.
Bit 0: Mapping the IPA 30044 parameter
Bit 1: Mapping the IPA 30042 parameter
Bit 2: Mapping the IPA 30043 parameter
Bit 9: Using the absolute encoder to close the position loop
Bit 11: Using the revolver to close the position loop.
Bit 12: Using the external encoder to close the position loop.
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Bit 16: Mapping the IPA 30037 parameter
Bit 17: Mapping the IPA 30038 parameter
Bit 18: Mapping the IPA 30036 parameter
Bit 19: Mapping the IPA 30039 parameter
Bit 20: Mapping the IPA 30040 parameter
Bit 21: Mapping the IPA 30041 parameter
30800 Pos Actual Event [--] Word R
Displays the present state of the events from the digital or bus inputs active in the function Multi position
controller to advance from one position to the next.
POSITION LIMIT
30015 Position Torque [%] Float R/W 100 0 IPA22012
Setting of the maximum torque during the positioning procedures (active for all positions set in the records
from 0 to 63).
30017 Min Preset Value [u.u.] Float R/Z/* -4194304 -2
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Parameter stating the minimum value to be set in the different position registers. In case the setting of a
position is lower than this value, such setting is not accepted.
30018 Max Preset Value [u.u.] Float R/Z/* 4194303 -2
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Parameter stating the maximum value to be set in the different position registers. In case the setting of a
position is higher than this value, such setting is not accepted.
30056 Max Prs Abs Val [u.u.] Float R/W 0 -2
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Software limit switch: maximum absolute value. When it is equal to Min Prs Abs Val, it is not enabled. If the
destination value is higher than this value, the command is not performed and the drive enables the digital
output [1008] Pos Out Of Lim.
30055 Min Prs Abs Val [u.u.] Float R/W 0 -2
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Software limit switch: minimum absolute value. When it is equal to Max Prs Abs Val, it is not enabled. If the
destination value is lower than this value, the command is not performed and the drive enables the digital
output [1008] Pos Out Of Lim.
POS THR CONFIG
30050 Pos Abs Thr [u.u.] Float R/W 0 -2
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Setting of the threshold indicating the machine has passed the position referred to the zero position. When
the position is higher than the value set in this parameter, the digital output programmed as [1004] Pos Abs
Thr goes to +24V.
30051 Pos Exceeded [u.u.] Float R/W 0 0 IPA30018
Setting of the threshold signaling the "overcome position" referred to the last positioning procedure:
| present position - starting position | > Positon Thr, the "Position Exceeded" output is set.
30052 Pos 0 Thr Offset [u.u.] Float R/W 0 0 IPA30018
Setting the offset of the position threshold. When the absolute value position is lower than the value set in this
parameter, the digital output programmed as [1001] Position Zero is active.
30053 Pos Thr Close 1 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 0 IPA30018
Reached position threshold 1. The digital output reaches high logic status when the motor present position is equal
to the destination position minus the Pos Thr Close 1 parameter
30054 Pos Thr Close 2 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 0 IPA30018
Reached position threshold 2. The digital output reaches high logic status when the motor present position is
equal to the destination position minus the Pos Thr Close 2 parameter
30058 Pos Window [u.u.] Float R/W 0 0 IPA30018
This parameter, together with Pos Window Time, defines the behavior of the [1002] Pos Reached digital
output. The output is set when, after terminating the positioning procedure, the present position is equal to the
destination position +- Pos Window for a period equal to Pos Window Time.
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30059 Pos Window Time [sec] Float R/W 0 0 30
This parameter sets the time delay for the correct positioning inside Pos Window, IPA 30058).
Used with digital output set to [1002] Pos Reached.
30060 Pos Window Tout [sec] Float R/ W 0 0 0
This parameter defines the period of time within which the position is considered as not reached.
Used with digital output set to [1010] Pos Not Reached (see IPA 30058).
POS PRESET 0
30100 Pos Preset 0 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 0.
30200 Pos Speed 0 [rpm] Float R/W 0 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed setting during the positioning phase of preset 0.
If this value is set with 0 (rpm) the Pos Speed parameter in the POSITION menu becomes active.
30300 Pos CW Acc 0 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 0.
30400 Pos CW Dec 0 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 0.
30380 Pos CCW Acc 0 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 0.
30490 Pos CCW Dec 0 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 0.
30500 Pos 0 Progress [--] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Setting performance of the Multi-position controller function to reach the required setting
0 = None The position control sequence is interrupted
1 = Dwell When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the
period set with MPos 0 Dwel
2 = Event match When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits until the Pos
Actual Event parameter equals MPos 0 Event
3 = Dwell+Event When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the time
set in MPos 0 Dwell and then until the Pos Actual Event parameter equals
MPos 0 Event
30600 Pos Dwell 0 [msec] Long R/W 0 0 32000
Delay in reaching the specified value and moving onto the next station.
30700 Pos Event 0 [--] Word R/W 0 0 65535
Value of Pos Actual Event variable, from which to move on to the next value.
30710 MPos 0 Next Pos [--] Word R/W 1 0 7
Setting of next positioning step.
0= Pos Preset 0 . . . 7=Pos Preset 7
ANALOG POS REF
30096 Pos An Wind Del [msec] Word R/W 20 0 65
Delay time after entering the Pos An Stdy Wind window to ensure that the position reference is stable.
Usually, Pos An Wind Del should be increased according to the Pos An Stdy Wind increase.
30097 Pos An Stdy Wind [u.u.] Float R/W 0.5 0 -
Windows expressed in u.u., within which the position analog reference can oscillate without changing Pos
Preset 0. The window is controlled according to the last stable position. An increase of the Pos An Stdy
Wind value as regards the default value will result in a stability increase, but also in a delay in following the
required position. Pos An Stdy should however be set to a value higher than the max. position resolution defined
by the analog input.
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Example:
Min Prs Abs Val = 0 [u.u.], Max Prs Abs Val = 10000 [u.u.],
10000 / 2047 = 4.88, set Pos An Stdy Wind = 2 * 4.88 = 10[u.u.]
30098 Pos An Filter [msec] Float R/ W 0.2 0 10
Filter on sampling of Position 0 from analogue input.
30099 Pos An Mode [--] Bool R/W 0 0 1
Enables continuous sampling of the Position reference 0 (typically where it is assigned to an analogue input);
this function is active only when the Position Mode parameter is set to Absolute.
0 = Step
1 = Continuous
POS PRESET 1
30101 Pos Preset 1 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 1.
30201 Pos Speed 1 [rpm] Float R/W 0 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed setting during the positioning phase of preset 1. If this value is set with 0 (rpm) the Pos
Speed parameter in the POSITION menu becomes active.
30301 Pos CW Acc 1 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 1.
30401 Pos CW Dec 1 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 1.
30481 Pos CCW Acc 1 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 1.
30491 Pos CCW Dec 1 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 1.
30501 Pos 1 Progress [--] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Setting performance of the Multi-position controller function to reach the required setting
0 = None The position control sequence is interrupted
1 = Dwell When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the
period set with MPos 1 Dwell
2 = Event match When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits until the Pos
Actual Event parameter equals MPos 1 Event
3 = Dwell+Event When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the time
set in MPos 1 Dwell and then until the Pos Actual Event parameter equals
MPos 1 Event
30601 Pos Dwell 1 [msec] Long R/ W 0 0 32000
Delay in reaching the specified value and moving onto the next station.
30701 Pos Event 1 [--] Word R/W 0 0 65535
Value of Pos Actual Event variable, from which to move on to the next value.
30711 MPos 1 Next Pos [--] Word R/W 2 0 7
Setting of next positioning step.
0= Pos Preset 0 ... 7=Pos Preset 7
POS PRESET 2
30102 Pos Preset 2 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 2.
30202 Pos Speed 2 [rpm] Float R/W 0 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed setting during the positioning phase of preset 2. If this value is set with 0 (rpm) the Pos
Speed parameter in the POSITION menu becomes active.
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30302 Pos CW Acc 2 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 2.
30402 Pos CW Dec 2 [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 2.
30482 Pos CCW Acc 2 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 2.
30492 Pos CCW Dec 2 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 2.
30502 Pos 2 Progress [--] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Setting performance of the Multi-position controller function to reach the required setting
0 = None The position control sequence is interrupted
1 = Dwell When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the
period set with MPos 2 Dwell
2 = Event match When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits until the Pos
Actual Event parameter equals MPos 2 Event
3 = Dwell+Event When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the time
set in MPos 2 Dwell and then until the Pos Actual Event parameter equals
MPos 2 Event
30602 Pos Dwell 2 [msec] Long R/W 0 0 32000
Delay in reaching the specified value and moving onto the next station.
30702 Pos Event 2 [--] Word R/W 0 0 65535
Value of Pos Actual Event variable, from which to move on to the next value.
30712 MPos 2 Next Pos [--] Word R/W 3 0 7
Setting of next positioning step.
0= Pos Preset 0 ... 7=Pos Preset 7
POS PRESET 3
30103 Pos Preset 3 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 3.
30203 Pos Speed 3 [rpm] Float R/W 0 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed setting during the positioning phase of preset 3. If this value is set with 0 (rpm) the Pos
Speed parameter in the POSITION menu becomes active.
30303 Pos CW Acc 3 [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 3.
30403 Pos CW Dec 3 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 3.
30483 Pos CCW Acc 3 [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 3.
30493 Pos CCW Dec 3 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 3.
30503 Pos 3 Progress [--] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Setting performance of the Multi-position controller function to reach the required setting
0 = None The position control sequence is interrupted
1 = Dwell When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the
period set with MPos 3 Dwell
2 = Event match When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits until the Pos
Actual Event parameter equals MPos 3 Event
3 = Dwell+Event When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the time set in
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MPos 3 Dwell and then until the Pos Actual Event parameter equals MPos 3
Event
30603 Pos Dwell 3 [msec] Long R/ W 0 0 32000
Delay in reaching the specified value and moving onto the next station.
30703 Pos Event 3 [--] Word R/W 0 0 65535
Value of Pos Actual Event variable, from which to move on to the next value.
30713 MPos 3 Next Pos [--] Word R/W 4 0 7
Setting of next positioning step.
0= Pos Preset 0 ... 7=Pos Preset 7
POS PRESET 4
30104 Pos Preset 4 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 4
30204 Pos Speed 4 [rpm] Float R/W 0 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed setting during the positioning phase of preset 4. If this value is set with 0 (rpm) the Pos
Speed parameter in the POSITION menu becomes active.
30304 Pos CW Acc 4 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 4.
30404 Pos CW Dec 4 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 4.
30484 Pos CCW Acc 4 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 4.
30494 Pos CCW Dec 4 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 4.
30504 Pos 4 Progress [--] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Setting performance of the Multi-position controller function to reach the required setting
0 = None The position control sequence is interrupted
1 = Dwell When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the period set
with MPos 4 Dwell
2 = Event match When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits until the Pos
Actual Event parameter equals MPos 4 Event
3 = Dwell+Event When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the time set in
MPos 4 Dwell and then until the Pos Actual Event parameter equals MPos 4
Event
30604 Pos Dwell 4 [msec] Long R/W 0 0 32000
Delay in reaching the specified value and moving onto the next station.
30704 Pos Event 4 [--] Word R/ W 0 0 65535
Value of Pos Actual Event variable, from which to move on to the next value.
30714 MPos 4 Next Pos [--] Word R/W 5 0 7
Setting of next positioning step.
0= Pos Preset 0 ... 7=Pos Preset 7
POS PRESET 5
30105 Pos Preset 5 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 5.
30205 Pos Speed 5 [rpm] Float R/W 0 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed setting during the positioning phase of preset 5. If this value is set with 0 (rpm) the Pos Speed
parameter in the POSITION menu becomes active.
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30305 Pos CW Acc 5 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 5.
30405 Pos CW Dec 5 [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 5.
30485 Pos CCW Acc 5 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 5.
30495 Pos CCW Dec 5 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 5.
30505 Pos 5 Progress [--] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Setting performance of the Multi-position controller function to reach the required setting
0 = None The position control sequence is interrupted
1 = Dwell When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the
period set with MPos 5 Dwell
2 = Event match When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits until the Pos
Actual Event parameter equals MPos 5 Event
3 = Dwell+Event When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the time
set in MPos Dwell and then until the Pos Actual Event parameter equals MPos
5 Event
30605 Pos Dwell 5 [msec] Long R/W 0 0 32000
Delay in reaching the specified value and moving onto the next station.
30705 Pos Event 5 [--] Word R/W 0 0 65535
Value of Pos Actual Event variable, from which to move on to the next value.
30715 MPos 5 Next Pos [--] Word R/W 6 0 7
Setting of next positioning step.
0= Pos Preset 0 ... 7=Pos Preset 7
POS PRESET 6
30106 Pos Preset 6 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 6.
30206 Pos Speed 6 [rpm] Float R/W 0 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed setting during the positioning phase of preset 6. If this value is set with 0 (rpm) the Pos
Speed parameter in the POSITION menu becomes active.
30306 Pos CW Acc 6 [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 6.
30406 Pos CW Dec 6 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 6.
30486 Pos CCW Acc 6 [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 6.
30496 Pos CCW Dec 6 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 6.
30506 Pos 6 Progress [--] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Setting performance of the Multi-position controller function to reach the required setting
0 = None The position control sequence is interrupted
1 = Dwell When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the
period set with MPos 6 Dwell
2 = Event match When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits until the Pos
Actual Event parameter equals MPos 6 Event
3 = Dwell+Event When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the time
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set in MPos 6 Dwell and then until the Pos Actual Event parameter equals MPos
6 Event
30606 Pos Dwell 6 [msec] Long R/ W 0 0 32000
Delay in reaching the specified value and moving onto the next station.
30706 Pos Event 6 [--] Word R/W 0 0 65535
Value of Pos Actual Event variable, from which to move on to the next value.
30716 MPos 6 Next Pos [--] Word R/W 7 0 7
Setting of next positioning step.
0= Pos Preset 0 ... 7=Pos Preset 7
POS PRESET 7
30107 Pos Preset 7 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 7.
30207 Pos Speed 7 [rpm] Float R/W 0 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed setting during the positioning phase of preset 7. If this value is set with 0 (rpm) the Pos
Speed parameter in the POSITION menu becomes active.
30307 Pos CW Acc 7 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 7.
30407 Pos CW Dec 7 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the clockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 7.
30487 Pos CCW Acc 7 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 7.
30497 Pos CCW Dec 7 [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Setting of the counterclockwise acceleration rate during the positioning phase of preset 7.
30507 Pos 7 Progress [--] Enum R/W 0 0 3
Setting performance of the Multi-position controller function to reach the required setting
0 = None The position control sequence is interrupted
1 = Dwell When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the
period set with MPos 7 Dwell
2 = Event match When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits until the Pos
Actual Event parameter equals MPos 7 Event
3 = Dwell+Event When the position is reached before going to the next phase, waits for the time
set in MPos 7 Dwell 7 and then until the Pos Actual Event parameter
equals MPos 7 Event
30607 Pos Dwell 7 [msec] Long R/W 0 0 32000
Delay in reaching the specified value and moving onto the next station.
30707 Pos Event 7 [--] Word R/W 0 0 65535
Value of Pos Actual Event variable, from which to move on to the next value.
30717 MPos 7 Next Pos [--] Word R/W 0 0 7
Setting of next positioning step.
0= Pos Preset 0 ... 7=Pos Preset 7
POS PRESET (8-63)
30108 Pos Preset 8 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 8.
........
30163 Pos Preset 63 [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Setting of the position value in the register 63.
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ZERO FOUND CONF (Zero Configuration)
Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30039) = Disabled, (IPA 30040) = Rising
CW rotation
Search with = Enabled, = Enabled
= Positive
Zero Sensor En Zero Index En
Home Src Direc
(IPA 30037) (IPA 30038)
(IPA 30036)
Pos O Sensor
Index
End Run Forward
Start outside the position sensor
Speed 1
Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Speed 2
Start outside the Home sensor
with End Run sensor
Start outside the position
sensor
Speed 1 Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Start outside the Home sensor
with End Run sensor
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 1
Speed 1
Speed 2 Speed 1
Start outside the position
sensor
Speed 1
Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Speed 1
Speed 2 Speed 1
Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30039) = Enabled, (IPA 30040) =Falling
Speed 2
Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30039) = Enabled, (IPA 30040) = Rising
Start outside the position
sensor
Speed 1 Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Start outside the Home sensor
with End Run sensor
Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30039) = Disabled, (IPA 30040) =Falling
Speed 2
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 1 =
*
Home Spd Ref
Home Max Spd (IPA 30024)
100
Speed 2 = Home Fine Spd (IPA 30027)
Start outside the Home sensor
with End Run sensor
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Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30039) = Disabled, (IPA 30040) = Rising
CW rotation
Search with = Enabled, = Enabled Zero Sensor En (IPA 30037) Zero Index En (IPA 30038)
Home Src Direc (IPA 30036) = Negative
Pos O Sensor
End Run Reverse
Start outside the position sensor
Speed 1
Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Speed 2
Start outside the position sensor
Speed 1 Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 1
Speed 1
Speed 2 Speed 1
Start outside the position sensor
Speed 1 Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 1
Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30039) = Disabled, (IPA 30040) =Falling
Speed 2
Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30039) = Enabled, (IPA 30040) = Rising
Start outside the position sensor
Speed 1 Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30039) = Enabled, (IPA 30040) =Falling
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 1
Index
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 1 = Home Spd Ref *
Home Max Spd (IPA 30024)
100
Speed 2 = Home Fine Spd (IPA 30027)
Start outside the
Home sensor with
End Run sensor
Start outside the
Home sensor with
End Run sensor
Start outside the
Home sensor with
End Run sensor
Start outside the
Home sensor with
End Run sensor
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Home Src Direc Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30036) = Positive, (IPA 30039) = Indifferente, (IPA 30040) = Rising
CW rotation
Search with = Enabled , = Disabled Zero Sensor En Zero Index En (IPA 30037) (IPA 30038)
Pos O Sensor
End Run Forward
Start outside the position sensor
Speed 1
Start inside the position sensor
Speed 2
Start outside the position sensor
Speed 1 Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 1
Speed 2 Speed 1
Start outside the position sensor
Speed 1
Start inside the position sensor
Speed 1
Speed 2 Speed 1
Home Src Direc Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30036) = Negative, (IPA 30039) = Indifferente, (IPA 30040) = Rising
Home Src Direc Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30036) = Positive, (IPA 30039) = Indifferente, (IPA 30040) = Falling
Start outside the position sensor
Speed 1 Speed 2
Start inside the position sensor
Home Src Direc Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge (IPA 30036) = Negative, (IPA 30039) = Indifferente, (IPA 30040) =Falling
Pos O Sensor
End Run Reverse
Speed 2
Speed 2
Speed 1
Speed 1
Speed 1 = Home Spd Ref *
Home Max Spd (IPA 30024)
100
Speed 2 = Home Fine Spd (IPA 30027)
Start outside the Home sensor
with End Run sensor
Start outside the Home sensor
with End Run sensor
Start outside the
Home sensor with
End Run sensor
Start outside the
Home sensor with
End Run sensor
Speed 2
Speed 2
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Home Src Direc (IPA 30036) = Positive
CW rotation
Search with = Indifferent, = Indifferent Inside Index Src Zero Sensor Edge
Zero Sensor En Zero Index En
(IPA 30039) (IPA 30040)
(IPA 30037) = Disabled, (IPA 30038) = Enabled
Pos Speed Fine 0
Index
Home Src Direc (IPA 30036) = Negative
CW rotation
Pos Speed Fine 0
Index
30020 CW Home Pos Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Clockwise acceleration during the home search.
30021 CCW Home Pos Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Counterclockwise acceleration during the home search.
30022 CW Home Pos Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Clockwise deceleration during the home search.
30023 CCW Home Pos Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Counterclockwise deceleration during the home search.
30024 Home Max Spd [rpm] Float R/W 1500.0 0 100000
Maximum speed during the home search.
30025 Home Spd Ref [%] Float R/W 10 -100.0 100
Speed reference during the home search, stated as a percentage of Home Max Spd
30027 Home Fine Spd [rpm] Float R/W 50.0 0 100000
Speed reference while searching the home absolute position.
30028 Home Pos Offset [u.u.] Float R/W 0 IPA 30017 IPA30018
Offset della posizione di home. Vedere IPA 30041.
30036 Home Src Direc [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
Position indicator of the found home.
0 = Positive The motor rotates clockwise
1 = Negative The motor rotates counterclockwise.
30037 Zero Sensor En [--] Enum R/W 1 0 1
0 = Disabled The [1015] POS 0 sensor input is not used during the searching of home
1 = Enabled The [1015] POS 0 sensor input is used during the searching of home.
30038 Zero Index En [--] Enum R/W 1 0 1
0 = Disabled The 0 index of the encoder is not used during the searching of home
1 = Enabled The 0 index of the encoder is used during the searching of home
30039 Inside Index Src [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
If both index and sensor are used, the home position corresponds to the first code
0 = Disabled placed outside the sensor.
1 = Enabled placed inside the sensor.
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30040 Zero Sensor Edge [--] Enum R/W 0 1 0
The zero sensor is active on the
0 = Rising climbing leading edge
1 = Falling drop wire leading edge
30041 Home Pos Offs En [--] Enum R/ W 0 0 1
0 = Disable At the end of the zero search procedure, the motor stops on the slot/sensor
and the position of the slot/sensor is equal to - Home Pos Offset u.u.
1 = Enable At the end of the zero search procedure, after finding the slot/sensor, the
motor movement corresponds to + Home Pos Offset u.u. and its position
is 0 u.u.
30045 Startup Zero Pos [--] Bool R/ W 0 0 1
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
If authorised, next time the drive is turned on it will sample the position of the encoder which will be
acquired as Zero position (Home).
POS RETURN CONF
When the digital input programmed as [1012] POS Return becomes high, the motor reaches the Pos Return
position with the speed and acceleration stated in this menu.
The start for the return phase is the climbing leading edge of the Pos Return input. After the start, it can be
stopped with a Fast Stop or by disabling the drive.
Example: Forward and return movement: connect the digital output programmed as [1002] Pos Reached to the
digital input programmed as [1012] POS Return. When the positioning procedure is over, the position reached
output is risen thus causing the return to the starting position.
30164 Pos Return [u.u.] Float R/ W 0 IPA30017 IPA30018
Final value of the return movement in user units.
30264 Pos Return Speed [rpm] Float R/ W 1000 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed during the return movement.
30364 Pos Return Acc [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Acceleration ramp during the return movement.
30464 Pos Return Dec [ms/krpm] Float R/ W 336.1 0 IPA21111
Deceleration ramp during the return movement.
BACKLASH RECOV
It allows to compensate possible mechanical clearances by performing the positioning procedures in the same
direction.
Example: Back Lash En = Enable, Back Lash Dir = Positive, Delta Pos = 100 u.u.,
Speed Comp = 10 rpm, Actual Position = 10000 u.u., Destination Pos = 15000 u.u.
As the movement is positive, the drive performs the first positioning procedure at 15100 u.u. (without increasing
the reached position output) and a new positioning procedure at 15000 u.u. with a 10 rpm maximum speed. The
reached position output is increased at the end of this positioning procedure.
Lets assume to perform a new positioning procedure:
Actual Position = 15000 u.u.
Destination Pos = 8000 u.u.
The movement is negative and the recovery function is not active.
31000 Back Lash En [--] Enum R/ W 0 0 1
It enables the compensation function of the mechanical allowance:
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
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31001 Back Lash Dir [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
It detects the movement direction:
0 = Positive
1 = Negative
NOTE! A positive direction is able to generate a positive position delta.
31002 Delta Pos [u.u.] Float R/ W 10 0 IPA30018
u.u. position added or taken away from the destination position.
31003 Speed Comp [rpm] Float R/ W 100 0 IPA20003
Maximum speed of the return "positioning" procedure.
EL LINE SHAFT EL LINE SHAFT EL LINE SHAFT EL LINE SHAFT EL LINE SHAFT
In the configuration Electrical line shaft it is possible to provide synchronism between 2 or more motors. The
master encoder can be connected to XER or it is possible to use the fast link.
Moreover, it is possible to save into the drive up to 4 ratios selectable through 2 programmed digital input as
[2001] ELS Ratio Sel B0, [2002] ELS Ratio Sel B1. Whatever ratio is actually selected, it is possible to
increase/decrease by two programmed digital inputs as [2003] ELS Inc Ratio ed [2004] ELS Dec Ratio.
Connection of a digital encoder using repetition
Master
Slave
XER XER
Master XVy-EV: The connector XER give the encoder repetition / simulation to the connector XER of the slave
drive. Set up the parameters as follows:
- IPA 20036: Aux Enc Type = XER/EXP Rep/Sim
- IPA 20035: Enc Rep Sim Cfg = Select encoder repetition or simulation
If you select encoder simulation then you must program the correct number of pulses with the parameter PPR
Simulation (IPA 20030).
Slave XVy-EV: The connector XER receives the encoder repetition / simulation from the connector
XER of the master drive. Set up the parameters as follows:
- IPA 20036: Aux Enc Type = XER In_EXP Out
- IPA 32009: Els Master Sel = XER/EXP Aux Enc
Fast link connection instead of encoder connection
Master XVy-EV: XT-OUT connector (master), connected to the XT-IN connector (slave)
Set up: enable the fast link, parameter Fast Link Addr (IPA 18110) set as 1 (Master)
Slave XVy-EV: Connector XT-IN (slave).
Set up: enable the fast link, parameter Fast Link Addr (IPA 18110) set as >1 (Slave).
The fast link is active only after a reset drive command.
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Master Slave
XT-OUT XT-IN
In applications with a drive master and drive slave it is possible to make a connection with fast link XT-OUT
(master) -XT-IN (slave) because from the master encoder frequency is always available at connector XT-OUT.
drive
master
drive
slave 1
drive
slave2
drive
slave 3
XT-OUT
XT-IN
XT-OUT
XT-IN
XT-OUT
XT-IN
XT-OUT
The drive slave 1,2,3 are all synchronized with the drive master.
In applications where it is necessary to synchronize the drive in cascade, master slave, where the previous is
always the master of the next it is necessary to use both the encoder repetition and the fast link.
Drive 1
Drive 2
Drive 3
Drive 4
Drive 5
Master
Slave dr 1 Slave dr 2
Slave dr 3
Slave dr 4 Master dr 3 Master dr 4 Master dr 5
XT-OUT
XER
XT-OUT
XT-IN
XER
XT-OUT
XT-IN
XER
XT-OUT
XT-IN
XER
XT-OUT
XT-IN
XER
32000 Els PPR Master [--] Word R/ Z/ * 2048 16 65535
Set the number pulses per turn of the master encoder present on the connector XER or on the fast-link.
32008 Els Delta Time [sec] Float R/ W 1 0 10
This parameter is used together with the programmed digital input as [2003] ELS Inc Ratio and [2004]
ELS Dec Ratio. It defines the rate of change from a ratio to a new ratio. This parameter is used together
with the parameter Els Delta Ratio.
Example: when the Els Inc/Dec ratio inputs are active, the ratio changes according to the value set
by Els Delta Ratio (ex. 0.002) in the time set in the Els Delta Time parameter (ex 0.1 sec).
32009 Els Master Sel [--] Enum R/ W 0 0 2
Setting the master encoder reference source.
0 = XER/EXP Aux Enc Master encoder port XER or expansion encoder input
1 = Fast link Connectors XFL-IN, XFL-OUT
2 = XE Main Encoder Master encoder main port XE
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32010 Els Mec Ratio [--] Float R/W 1 1e-007 20
Setting this parameter equal to :
Master mechanical ratio / Slave mechanical ratio
The Els Ratio X parameters show directly the ratio/slip between the speed of the slow shafts.
32011 Els FL Source [--] Enum R/W 0 0 2
0 = Spd Pos Enc Mst The slave follows the Master encoder which closes the speed/position loop (IPA
20008 Master).
2 = XER Master The slave follows the motor auxiliary encoder.
32012 ElsMec Ratio Mul [--] Float R/W 1 1 -
Multiplication factor in the mechanical ratio for electrical shaft.
32013 ElsMec Ratio Div [--] Float R/W 1 1 -
Divisor factor in the mechanical ratio for electrical shaft.
32014 Els Delta Ratio [--] Float R/W 1 IPA32090 IPA32090
Define how much the ratio should increment (or decrement) every cycle of slow task (8msec).
Example: if through the digital input a new ratio is selected changing from 1.000 up to 2.000 the change is not
immediate but follows a ramp profile with a set increase in this parameter.
If Els Delta Ratio is set 1.000 means an increment of 1.000 every 8msec, therefore it changes to the new
ratio in 8msec.
If Els Delta Ratio is set 0.010 means a change of 0.01 every 8msec, therefore it changes to the new ratio
(2.000) in 800msec.
Through a programmed digital input, [2005] ELS RampRatioDis its possible to disable this time to ramp.
32016 Els Control Mode [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
Selects the speed control method
0 = Speed The drive is set to speed control
1 = Position The drive is set to position control
NOTE! The position error check is not enabled in Speed mode.
32020 Els Ratio / Slip [--] Enum R/ W 0 0 1
0 = Slip The parameters Els Ratio 0, 1, 2, 3 are not set as ratio but as % of
slipping from the Master. For instance 10 % slip correspond to 110% of the
speed master, or ratio of 1.1: Els Ratio = 1 + Els Slip / 100
By default, when the ratio is sampled from the analog input, 10V correspond to
what is set in parameter 32021 Els Slip Limit.
1 = Ratio If set up to Ratio the ratio is activated.
By default, when the ratio is sampled from the analog input, 10V correspond to
what is set in parameter 32090 Els Ratio Range.
When changing the setting from Slip to Ratio, check parameters 32014, 32001, 32002, 32003 and 32004.
32021 Els Slip Limit [--] Int R/W 100 0
Limit of slippage sampled from analogue input.
At default conditions, with 10V on the analog input, the set slippage is Els Slip Limit.
The Els Ratio ratio corresponds to 1 + (Slip sampled by analog input / 100).
32090 Els Ratio Range [--] Word R/W 8 4 64
Value of max. ratio for ELS. A high value can reduce the ELS accuracy level.
Available range: 4, 8, 16, 32 e 64.
NOTE! This parameter shows the limits for the ratio between the speed of the motor shafts, therefore
for the product Els Mec Ratio * Els Ratio. When changing the values of Els Ratio Range, check
parameters 32014, 32001, 32002, 32003 and 32004.
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EL SHAFT RATIO
It is possible to load into the drive up to 4 ratios selectable through 2 programmed digital input as Els ratio sel bit 0,1 or
from parameter. It is also possible to set the 4 ratios via the analog input.
The set ratio is calculated as: R = slave speed/master speed.
Example: if the master speed is 1000 rpm and the slave must rotate at 2000 rpm it is necessary to set a ratio: Ratio =
2000 rpm / 1000 rpm = 2.000.
32001 Els Ratio 0 [--] Float R/W 1 -IPA32090 IPA32090
Set up speed ratio 0 for electric axis.
32002 Els Ratio 1 [--] Float R/W 1 -IPA32090 IPA32090
Set up speed ratio 1 for electric axis.
32003 Els Ratio 2 [--] Float R/W 1 IPA32090 IPA32090
Set up speed ratio 2 for electric axis.
32004 Els Ratio 3 [--] Float R/W 1 -IPA32090 IPA32090
Set up speed ratio 3 for electric axis.
32006 Els Ratio Index [--] Word R/W 0 0 3
Set up of the ratio selection (ratio 0, 1, 2, 3).
Can also be programmed by digital inputs with [2001] Els Ratio Sel B0 and [2002] Els Ratio Sel B1.
32005 Actual Ratio [--] Float R
Read-only parameter, it shows the value of the active ratio.
EL SHAFT R BEND
Through an external command it is possible to increase/decrease the motor slave speed momentarily to create a phase
offset or bend in the shaft. To do this, for a fixed time the motor slave is not in synchronism with the master, because
its reference is modified to be either faster or slower. At the end of the fixed time by parameter or when the digital input
is not longer present, the slave gets back in synchronism with the master.
The modified speed can be set on an analog input or fixed by parameter.
The digital inputs activating this function ([2006] ELS Bend Rec CW, [2007] ELS Bend Rec CCW) are active even if
the Start / Stop input is disabled.
32100 Els Max RB Speed [rpm] Float R/W 1000 -IPA20003 IPA20003
Parameter to set up the max limit of speed reference for the bend recover function.
32101 Els RB Time [sec] Float R/W 500.0 0 500.0
Time setting for the correction reference to be active. The digital input that enables this function ([2006] ELS
Bend Rec CW , [2007] ELS Bend Rec CCW) must be kept activated during the recovery. At the end of the
acceleration phase of the bend recover function, the timing starts. When the time is equal to that set in this
parameter the bend recover reference becomes zero. The remaining bend will remain.
If the digital input that enables this function ([2006] ELS Bend Rec CW , [2007] ELS Bend Rec CCW) goes
low before the time expires (0V) the bend recover reference becomes zero. In other words, if time is not
sufficient to recover, the bend that is left after time runs out will remain.
32102 Els RB Acc [rpm] Float R/W 0.97 0 100000
Acceleration ramp during the speed change. Increase the speed of the set revolutions number in the
parameter every 8 msec
32103 Els RB Dec [rpm] Float R/W 0.97 0 100000
Deceleration ramp during the speed change. Decrease the speed of the set revolutions number in the
parameter every 8 msec
32104 Els RB Speed Ref [%] Float R/W 0.97 0 100
Reference for bend recover function, setting available also from an analog input ([20] Els Rb Spd Ref).
At default conditions, 10V on the analog input correspond to 100% of Els Max RB Speed, IPA 32100.
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32105 Els RB Speed Sel [ %] Bool R/W 0 0 1
Selection of the percentage value of the maximum speed reference limit or Master speed value
0 = Els Max RB Speed
1= Master Speed
BRAKING RES BRAKING RES BRAKING RES BRAKING RES BRAKING RES
Parameters required for the optimization of the internal or external braking resistance system (see paragraph 4.8,
Braking unit). The parameters are described in the paragraph 4.8.4.
The XVy-EV drives up to size XVy-EV 32550-KBX have an internal braking resistor according to the following table:
XVy-EV 10306 XVy-EV 10612
XVy-EV 21020 XVy-EV 21530
XVy-EV 32040
XVy-EV 32550
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Resistor value Braking Resistor
[ohm] [W]
26
100
150
200
200
Drive size
100
67
36
CAUTION!
Please not that if you use an external braking resistor on drives up to size XVy-EV 32550, you must
disconnect internal resistor and connect its two wires together using the proper faston.
18105 Brake Config [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 2
Configuration of braking resistance
0=No BU or Ext BU Braking resistor not present or external braking unit
1=Ext BR & Int BU External Braking resistor and internal braking unit
2=Int BR & Int BU Internal Braking resistor and internal braking unit
If you select Int BR & Int BU then all the other parameters are ignored. This happens also if any of the
parameters Brake Res Power, Max Brake Energy or Brake Res Value is set to zero.
18109 Brake Res Value [ohm] Float R/Z/* 0 0 FLT_M
Braking resistance value.
18107 Brake Res Power [kW] Float R/Z/* 0 0 FLT_M
Nominal power of braking resistance.
18104 Max Brake Energy [kJ] Float R/Z/* 0 0 FLT_M
Maximum brake energy.
18103 Brake Volt Thr [V] Float R/Z/* 780 (*) 820
BU intervention threshold.
(*): function of IPA 20050
18412 BR Ovld Factor [%] Word R
Brake resistor overload factor. When 100% has been reached, the Brake Overpower (A 13) alarm gets
active.
ALARMS ALARMS ALARMS ALARMS ALARMS
24101 Alarm Delay Mask [--] Dword R/Z/* 0H 0H FFFFFFFFH
Delayed alarms mask. List of possible alarms on IPA 24100.
24102 Alarm Delay [sec] Float R/ W 10 0.001 10
Delayed alarms delay.
24100 Alarm Dis Mask [--] Dword R/Z/* 20000000H 0H FFFFFFFFH
This parameter allows masking the intervention of some alarms thus making them inactive. It is an hexadecimal
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alarm. When the masked alarm gets active, the drive goes on functioning properly (the OK relay does not change
its state) and Enc W->A Mask parameter with the digital output programmed as [17] Alarm Warnings changes
its logic level.
List of possible excluded alarms:
Motor Overtemp (error code 7)
System Warning (error code 15)
Enc Fbk Loss (error code 18)
Enc Sim Fault (error code 19)
Undervoltage (error code 20)
Field Bus failure (error code 26)
Enable Seq Error (error code 27)
Fast link (error code 28)
Position Error (error code 29)
Drive Overload (error code 30)
External Fault (error code 31)
Example for a parameter setting :
32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0
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0 0 0 0 1 8
Alarm Dis Mask = 18000000h (disabled Position error and Fast link alarms)
Note: The Position Error alarm is disabled as default.
1 row: Alarm code
2 row: Setting of the alarm functions : 0 = active, 1 = masked
3 row: Parameter hexadecimal setting
18042 Alarm List Clear [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
It cancels the whole alarm history. It can be made permanent by saving the parameters:
0=Off
1=Clear Al History
24000 Alarm Status [--] Dword R
Alarm status. See the alarm list, table 8.3.1.1.
24120 Warning Status [--] Dword R
Warnings state. See the alarm list, table 8.3.1.1.
20016 Enc Warning Cause [--] Enum R
N. bit IPA 20018=Meaning Cause
0 = None Encoder is OK
1=Low Enc AD Level Check encoder supply.
2=Low Enc AN level Check encoder supply.
3=Hall Sens Error The sequence of the Hall effect sensors is not correct. Check encoder wiring.
4=Aux DI Enc Loss No encoder on expansion input.
9=Abs 1 Ini Res Er EN DAT reset failure. Check encoder parameters setting (ENC EXP BOARD
menu) and encoder connections.
10=Abs 1 Ini RX Er Reception problem at power on (EN DAT, SSI). Check encoder parameters
setting (ENC EXP BOARD menu) and encoder connections.
11=Abs 1 RX Error Checksum error in the serial communication of the absolute data. Check noise
on the encoder signals.
12=Abs 1 Alarm bit The error bit on the absolute encoder (EN DAT) is active.
13=Abs 1 RX Tout Er Time-out error of absolute data serial communication.
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17=Phasing Loss The incremental channel and the absolute channel of the encoder shows a
misalignment.
18=Enc Pulses Loss The number of incremental pulses detected between two index signals is not
correct. Check noise on encoder signals.
25= Idx Out Of Site Index signal in the incremental encoder channel is not in the correct place.
Check noise on encoder signal.
26= Idx Not Presen Index signal in the incremental encoder channel is not detected. Check encoder
connections.
20018 Enc W->A Mask [--] Dword R
This mask shows active encoder warnings. If encoder alarms are not disabled warnings becomes
immediately alarms. If encoder alarms are disabled, Alarm Dis Mask signals a problem on the encoder even
if there are no alarm active. The meaning of each bit is listed in the table 8.3.1.1.
24109 Par Set Cause Al [--] Enum R
This parameter indicates the cause that generated the Parameter Error (A 05) alarm; parameters IPA 24110,
24111 and 24112 show the parameters with incorrect setting.
0 = None
1 = HW Unavail Hardware unavailable
2 = Resource Unavail Hardware resource unavailable
3 = Mot Fbk Not Supp Motor feedback encoder configuration error
4 = Mot Fbk Undefin Motor feedback not defined
5 = Spd/Pos Fbk Und Speed and position loop feedback encoder configuration error.
6 = Enc par Range Encoder parameters out of range
7 = Enc par Pow of 2 The parameter that has been entered is not a power of 2
8 = Motor Res Poles The number of resolver poles is not consistent with the number of motor poles
20 = Magn Induc Range Incorrect motor magnetisation inductance setting (Async.)
21 = Rotor Res Range Incorrect motor rotor resistance setting (Async.)
22 = Flux Fact Range Flow factor out of range (Async.)
23 = Slip Fact Range Slip factor out of range (Async.)
24 = Slip Value Range Slip value out of range (Async.)
30 = Size Code Err Incorrect size code
31 = Brake Volt Thr Brake threshold too low
40 = Value Not Supp Parameter value not allowed
24110 IPA 1 Par Set [--] Word R
IPA of the first parameter that causes Parameter Error (A 05) alarm
24111 IPA 2 Par Set [--] Word R
IPA of the second parameter that causes Parameter Error (A 05) alarm.
24112 IPA 3 Par Set [--] Word R
IPA of the third parameter that causes Parameter Error (A 05) alarm.
18143 CPU Err Al Cause [--] Enum R
This parameter indicates the cause that generated the CPU Overtime (A 08) alarm:
0 = None
1 = Ph In Fst Tsk OT (Phase In Fast Task Overtime)
2 = PhExe Fst Tsk OT (Phase Execution Fast Task Overtime)
3 = PhOut Fst Tsk OT (Phase Out Fast Task Overtime)
4 = PhAux Fst Tsk OT (Phase Auxiliary Fast Task Overtime)
5= Slow Tsk OT (Slow Task Overtime)
6 = System Tsk OT (System Task Overtime)
7 = DSP Tsk OT (DSP Task Overtime)
8 = Backgnd Tsk OT (Background Task Overtime)
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20 = CPU Fault
21 = Watchdog Alarm
18391 PLC Err Cause [--] Word R
Cause of the "PLC not running" alarm:
0 = None
1 = Wrong PLC ID
2 = Wrong PLC Tsk N (Wrong PLC Task Number)
3 = Wrong PLC Tgt ID
4 = Wrong Build N
6 = Wrong PLC Tsk ID
7 = Missing Tsk info
8 = PLC Code Chckerr
9 = DB Code Chk Err
20 = Wrong Enable Key
In the cases from 1 to 8 it is necessary to reload the fw; in case 20 it is necessary to enter the right activation key in
the PLC Enable Key, IPA 41001 parameter.
18393 Sys Warn Cause [--] Enum R
Indicates the reason the alarm Warning System.
0= None
1= Low Max Reg Temp
You are using a regulation board in range 0 .. 50 C (see parameter 18393 RegTemp Alarm Th) type size on a
EWH/EWHR (in the operating range 0 .. 60 C). Disable the alarm to use the drive a temperature range of 0 .. 50
C or mount a regulation board in range 0 .. 60 C.
18751 Load Def Err IPA [--] Word R
Par IPA that caused load default error.
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FIELDBUS FIELDBUS FIELDBUS FIELDBUS FIELDBUS
Using Process Data Channel (PDC), it is possible to exchange up to 12 words on the input and 12 words on the output. For
each PDC it is possible to choose, via the FB Assign XXX X parameters, one of the following modes for the data exchange
according to the following table:
- Parameter:
The parameters are entered into engineering units and are exchanged in an asynchronous way.
The FB Format M->S 1 parameter sets the parameter writing format. The format can be different from the
parameter original one.
The FB Exp M->S 1 parameter defines the 10th power which the parameter is multiplied by before being
transferred to the drive.
- Direct Access:
The parameters are entered into internal counts and are exchanged in an asynchronous way (one every 8
msec). The writing format identified by the FB Format M->S 1 parameter (see the following table) must coincide
with the drive internal format.
See Appendix, Chapter 4.0 Fieldbus : Parameter List and Conversion.
Before establishing the Profibus communication between the Master and the drive, it is necessary to assign the drive
parameters to the Process Channel. These parameters can be activated by resetting the drive.
cnts=
Speed (rpm)
cnts=
Max Ramp Rate
Ramp [ms / krpm]
cnts=
Current [Arms]
Arms Conv Fact
cnts=
Torque [%]* Base Torque
100 * Torque Conv Fact
Dimension Format Conversion
Speed INT 32
Ramp INT 16
Position FLOAT User unit
Torque INT 16
Current INT 16
Rpm Conv Fact
Attention: The conversion parameters (ex. Rpm Conv Fact) are in the FIELDBUS / UNITS menu
and are a function of the motor data, of the drive size and of the encoder. It is therefore
necessary to read them after configuring the drive.
40000 Field Bus Type [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 4
Type of expansion board if installed
0 = Not Used
1 = Profibus
2 = CanOpen
3 = DeviceNet
4 = GD-Net
5 = RTE
40001 Bus Baude Rate [kbits/s] Dword] R/Z/* 50 0 2
32
-1
Baud rate of expansion board installed, if any
40100 Bus Address [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Address of expansion board installed
40110 CC Enabling [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Enables or disables the CC
0 = OFF
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1 = ON
40111 PDC Enabling [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Enables or disables the PDC channel
0 = OFF
1 = ON
40115 FB Alarm Watch [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Field bus communication alarm control when drive disabled.
0 = OFF control inactive
1 = ON control active
00999 Modbus IPA Ofst [--] Word R/W
Offset used to address all drive parameter with a modbus connected PLC having limitated addressing
capacity.
40116 Float Word Order [--] Word R/W 0 0 65535
Identical configuration of words for Direct Access and Parameter modes
40113 Field Bus Status [--] Enum R
Status of FB device
40114 FB Fail Cause [--] Dword R
Failure cause of FB card
40119 RTE protocol [--] Enum R
Protocol used on the optional RTE communication card.
0 - None
1 - Ethercat
2 - EthernetIP
3 - GdNet
4 - Profinet
5 - ModbusTCP
6 - Powerlink
7 - SercosIII
FB 1st M->S PAR
40190 FB Assign M->S 1 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40200 FB IPA M->S 1 [--] Word R/ Z/ * 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
40210 FB Format M->S 1 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40220 FB Exp M->S 1 [--] Int R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
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FB 2ndM->S PAR
40191 FB Assign M->S 2 [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40201 FB IPA M->S 2 [--] Word R/ Z/ * 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
40211 FB Format M->S 2 [--] Word R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40221 FB Exp M->S 2 [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
FB 3rd M->S PAR
40192 FB Assign M->S 3 [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40202 FB IPA M->S 3 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
40212 FB Format M->S 3 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40222 FB Exp M->S 3 [--] Int R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
FB 4th M->S PAR
40193 FB Assign M->S 4 [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40203 FB IPA M->S 4 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
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40213 FB Format M->S 4 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40223 FB Exp M->S 4 [--] Int R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
FB 5th M->S PAR
40194 FB Assign M->S 5 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40204 FB IPA M->S 5 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
40214 FB Format M->S 5 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40224 FB Exp M->S 5 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
FB 6th M->S PAR
40195 FB Assign M->S 6 [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40205 FB IPA M->S 6 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
40215 FB Format M->S 6 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40225 FB Exp M->S 6 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
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FB 7th M->S PAR
40196 FB Assign M->S 7 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40206 FB IPA M->S 7 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
40216 FB Format M->S 7 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40226 FB Exp M->S 7 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
FB 8th M->S PAR
40197 FB Assign M->S 8 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40207 FB IPA M->S 8 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
40217 FB Format M->S 8 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40227 FB Exp M->S 8 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
FB 9th M->S PAR
41198 FB Assign M->S 9 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
41208 FB IPA M->S 9 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
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41218 FB Format M->S 9 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
41228 FB Exp M->S 9 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
FB 10th M->S PAR
41199 FB Assign M->S 10 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
41209 FB IPA M->S 10 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
41219 FB Format M->S 10 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
41229 FB Exp M->S 10 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
FB 11th M->S PAR
41200 FB Assign M->S 11 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
41210 FB IPA M->S 11 [--] Word R/ Z/ * 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
41220 FB Format M->S 11 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
41230 FB Exp M->S 11 [--] Int R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
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FB 12th M->S PAR
41201 FB Assign M->S 12 [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
41201 FB IPA M->S 12 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to write into XVy-EV with PDC channel
41221 FB Format M->S 12 [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to write into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
41231 FB Exp M->S 12 [--] Int R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to write into XVy-EV.
FB 1st S->M PAR
40290 FB Assign S->M 1 [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40300 FB IPA S->M 1 [--] Word R/ Z/ * 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
40310 FB Format S->M 1 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40320 FB Exp S->M 1 [--] Int R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
FB 2nd S->M PAR
40291 FB Assign S->M 2 [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40301 FB IPA S->M 2 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
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40311 FB Format S->M 2 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40321 FB Exp S->M 2 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
FB 3rd S->M PAR
40292 FB Assign S->M 3 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40302 FB IPA S->M 3 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
40312 FB Format S->M 3 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40322 FB Exp S->M 3 [--] Int R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
FB 4th S->M PAR
40293 FB Assign S->M 4 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40303 FB IPA S->M 4 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
40313 FB Format S->M 4 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40323 FB Exp S->M 4 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
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FB 5th S->M PAR
40294 FB Assign S->M 5 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40304 FB IPA S->M 5 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
40314 FB Format S->M 5 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40324 FB Exp S->M 5 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
FB 6th S->M PAR
40295 FB Assign S->M 6 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40305 FB IPA S->M 6 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
40315 FB Format S->M 6 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40325 FB Exp S->M 6 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
FB 7th S->M PAR
40296 FB Assign S->M 7 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40306 FB IPA S->M 7 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
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40316 FB Format S->M 7 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40326 FB Exp S->M 7 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
FB 8th S->M PAR
40297 FB Assign S->M 8 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
40307 FB IPA S->M 8 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
40317 FB Format S->M 8 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
40327 FB Exp S->M 8 [--] Int R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
FB 9th S->M PAR
41298 FB Assign S->M 9 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
41308 FB IPA S->M 9 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
41318 FB Format S->M 9 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
41328 FB Exp S->M 9 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
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FB 10th S->M PAR
41299 FB Assign S->M 10 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
41309 FB IPA S->M 10 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
41319 FB Format S->M 10 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
41329 FB Exp S->M 10 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
FB 11th S->M PAR
41300 FB Assign S->M 11 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
41310 FB IPA S->M 11 [--] Word R/ Z/ * 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
41320 FB Format S->M 11 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
[1] 16 Bit Integer
[2] 16 Bit Uns Int
[3] 32 Bit Integer
[4] 32 Bit Uns Int
[6] Floating Point
41331 FB Exp S->M 11 [--] Int R/Z/* 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
FB 12th S->M PAR
41301 FB Assign S->M 12 [--] Enum R/Z/* 0 0 5
Exchange data mode.
0 = Not assigned
1 = Parameter
3 = Direct Acc Par Direct access parameter (8ms)
4 = Filling
5 = Fast Access Par Fast access parameter (250uS)
41311 FB IPA S->M 12 [--] Word R/Z/* 0 0 65535
Parameter index (IPA) to read from XVy-EV with PDC channel
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41321 FB Format S->M 12 [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 65535
Format of the parameter to read into XVy-EV
1 = 16 Bit Integer
2 = 16 Bit Uns Int
3 = 32 Bit Integer
4 = 32 Bit Uns Int
6 = Floating Point
41331 FB Exp S->M 12 [--] Int R/ Z/ * 0 -9 9
Power of 10 used to multiply the parameter value to read into XVy-EV.
CANOPEN
40902 Sync Period [usec] dword RZ* 0 0 100000
This parameter defines the SYNC interval (communication cycle, Object 1006h). Used to synchronise
execution of the task within the inverter in SYNC message. If set to 0, the bus loss timeouts on SYNC
are disabled.
40903 Guard Time [msec] word RZ* 20 0 65535
This parameter defines the Node Guarding interval (Object 100Ch). If set to 0, the bus loss timeouts on
Node Guarding are disabled.
40904 Life Time Factor [--] Word RZ* 3 0 65535
Life time factor ( Object 100Dh ) multiplied by Node Guarding period or SYNC period is the timeout for
bus loss errors.
40905 COBID Em Obj [--] Dword RZ* 0x80000081 0x00000080 0x800000FF
COB-ID of Emergency object ( Object 1014h ).
40906 Cus OBJ Idx Mode [--] Enum RZ* Mod100 0 65536
Sets the address method for parameters in SDO requests.
0 = Offset
1 = Mod 100
PDO 1 RX
40910 PDO 1 RX COBID [--] Dword RZ* 0x40000201 0x00000200 0x4000027F
COB ID for 1 PDO receiver ( Object 1400h , Subindex 1 )
40915 PDO 1 RX TYPE [--] word RZ* 1 1 255
1 PDO in reception ( Object 1400h , Subindex 2 )
PDO 2 RX
40911 PDO 2 RX COBID [--] Dword RZ* 0x40000301 0x00000300 0x4000037F
COB ID for 2 PDO receiver ( Object 1401h , Subindex 1 ).
40916 PDO 2 RX TYPE [--] word RZ* 1 1 255
2 PDO in reception ( Object 1401h , Subindex 2)
PDO 3 RX
40912 PDO 3 RX COBID [--] Dword RZ* 0x40000401 0x00000400 0x4000047F
COB ID for 3 PDO receiver ( Object 1404h , Subindex 1 ).
40917 PDO 3 RX TYPE [--] word RZ* 1 1 255
3 PDO in reception ( Object 1402h , Subindex 2)
PDO 1 TX
40920 PDO 1 TX COBID [--] Dword RZ* 0x40000181 0x00000181 0x400001FF
COB ID of 1 PDO in transmission ( Object 1800h , Subindex 1 ).
40925 PDO 1 TX TYPE [--] word RZ* 1 1 255
1 PDO in transmission ( Object 1800h , Subindex 2 ).
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40930 PDO 1 TX INH [100us] word RZ* 40 0 65535
Inhibition time of 1 PDO in transmission ( Object 1800h , Subindex 3 ).
PDO 2 TX
40921 PDO 2 TX COBID [--] Dword RZ* 0x40000281 0x00000281 0x400002FF
COB ID of 2 PDO in transmission ( Object 1801h , Subindex 1 ).
40926 PDO 2 TX TYPE [--] word RZ* 1 1 255
2 PDO in transmission ( Object 1801h , Subindex 2 ).
40931 PDO 2 TX INH [100us] word RZ* 40 0 65535
Inhibition time of 2 PDO in transmission ( Object 1801h , Subindex 3 )
PDO 3 TX
40922 PDO 3 TX COBID [--] Dword RZ* 0x40000381 0x00000381 0x400003FF
COB ID of 3 PDO in transmission ( Object 1802h , Subindex 1 ).
40927 PDO 3 TX TYPE [--] word RZ* 1 1 255
3 PDO in transmission ( Object 1802h , Subindex 2 ).
40932 PDO 3 TX INH [100us] word RZ* 40 0 65535
Inhibition time of 3 PDO in transmission ( Object 1802h , Subindex 3 )
UNITS
18700 Arms Conv Fact [Arms/cnts] Float R
Current conversion factor.
18752 Rpm Conv Fact [rpm/cnts] Float R
Speed conversion factor.
18753 Pos Conv Fact [deg/cnts] Float R
Position conversion factor.
18790 Torque Conv Fact [Nm/cnts] Float R
Torque conversion factor.
EN EN EN EN ENABLE KEY ABLE KEY ABLE KEY ABLE KEY ABLE KEYS SS SS
The communications via the DeviceNet communication protocol and the applications developed via the MDPlc
environment are protected by a software key customized for each single drive. The code of the activation key
can be purchased through the Gefran commercial department.
In order to allow the function check and while waiting for the personal key, each drive is enabled to function without the key
protection for 100 hours. The functioning period is given adding the values read in the IPA 20045 and IPA 20046 parameters
(COUNTER menu).
41000 DeviceNet Enable [--] Dword R/W*
DeviceNet activation code.
41001 PLC Enable Key [--] Dword R/W*
Key disabling the Plc functions.
41050 DNet En Key Stat [--] Word R
Status of the DeviceNet enabling key:
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
60 = 200 Hours Free 200h free for valuation.
41051 PLC En Key Stat [--] Word R
Status of the Plc enabling key
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
60 = 200 Hours Free 200h free for valuation.
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41020 En Keys Mask [--] Word R
Enabled key mask.
18504 Ser Num En Keys [--] Word R
Serial number used to enable the key codes.
TUNING TUNING TUNING TUNING TUNING
18140 Application Sel [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 65535
Application selection parameter. It is possible to select different applications:
0=Basic
2=Phasing
3=Test Generator
4=Autotuning
AUTOTUNING
18330 Tuning Status [--] Enum R
Tuning developing process
0 = Off
1 = Lsigma Tuning...
2 = Rs Tuning...
3 = Magn Tuning...
4 = Rr Tuning...
90 = Done
100 = Err Drive Dis
110 = Err Lsigma TOut
111 = Err Lsigma Range
130 = Err Rs Range
150 = Err Lm Range
151 = Err Lm Neg Value
160 = Err Imagn Range
170 = Err Rr Range
18313 LKG Inductance [H] Float R
Motor inductance
PHASING
20058 Enc Mech Offset [el.deg.] Float R/Z/* 0 -180 180
Offset between electrical angle zero of motor phases and encoder feedback device.
20057 Enc Offset [mech deg] Float R/Z/* 0 -180 180
Offset between absolute and incremental tracks on encoder feedback device.
20059 Phasing Speed [rpm] Float 5 0 100
Motor speed during Phasing procedure
TEST GENERATOR
20060 Test Gen Ref [--] Enum R/Z 0 0 1
Used to select current or speed loop adjusting procedure :
0 = Current Ref: current loop adjust
1 = Pos \ Spd Ref speed loop adjust
CURR TEST GEN
20061 Period Test Gen [ms] Int R/ W 16 0 32767
In current generator mode (current loop adjustment), this is the period of the generated square wave.
20062 Hig Curr Ref Gen [Apk] Float R/W IPA18703 S S
Maximum value of the current reference as compared to the motor U phase.
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20063 Low Curr Ref Gen [Apk] Float R/W 0 S
Minimum value of the current reference as compared to the motor U phase.
SPD/POS TESTGEN
20070 CW Rev Test Gen [rev] Float R/W 5
Number of clockwise revolutions performed by the motor during the speed generator Test as compared
to the starting position.
20071 CCW Rev Test Gen [rev] Float R/ W 5
Number of anti-clockwise revolutions performed by the motor during the speed generator Test as compared to
the starting position.
20072 Speed Test Gen [rpm] Float R/ W 100 0 100000
Motor speed during speed generator test
KEYP KEYP KEYP KEYP KEYPAD PSW AD PSW AD PSW AD PSW AD PSW
18145 Keypad PSWD [--] Dword R/W 00000000H
The drive manages two password access levels:
- level 1 user access to prevent any unauthorised modification of drive configuration parameters. See
Entering the user Password.
- level 2 to access the Service menu (reserved for use by GEFRAN technicians).
Both Passwords are entered from the keypad in the Keypad PSWD (*) parameter.
The default value for the Keypad PSWD parameter is 00000000H. If it is not changed, access is
always allowed to the complete list of menus and parameters (except the SERVICE menu).
If a user password has been configured, access is only allowed to the MONITOR menu.
Access to the complete list of menus and parameters (except the Service menu) is only allowed if the correct
password is entered in the Keypad PSWD parameter
Entering the user Password.
1) When the drive is turned on the motor speed is shown on the display. Press Escape (Shift + ) to
access the menus.
2) Press Escape to display the MONITOR menu, then Enter to show all the measurements.
3) In the MONITOR menu, press to display all the drive menus in sequence until the Keypad PSWD
parameter appears. Press Enter to display the value 00000000H.
4) Enter a value from 1 up to a maximum of 8 digits.
5) Press Enter to confirm
Press to return to the menu list.
6) To make the password operational, store it using the Save Parameter command.
The protection will be enabled the next time the inverter is turned off and then on again.
Temporarily disabling the Password
1) Select the Keypad PSWD parameter (see points 1 to 3 in the previous section).
2) Press Enter to display the value 00000000H.
3) Enter the correct password value.
4) Press Enter to confirm
5) Press to exit the password parameter and return to the MONITOR menu.
In this menu, press to display all the drive menus in sequence.
The password is automatically re-enabled the next time the inverter is turned off and then on again.
Removing the Password
1) After temporarily disabling the password as described in the previous point, return to the Keypad PSWD
parameter.
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2) Press Enter to display the value 00000000H.
3) Press Enter to confirm
4) Press to exit the password parameter
5) Store using the Save Parameter command.
You can now access the complete list of menus and parameters again (except the SERVICE menu)
even after turning the inverter off and then on again.
Repeat the Entering the user Password procedure to enter a new password.
(*) The Keypad PSWD parameter is not visible via the GF-eXpress.
Using the GF-eXpress tool the password (only required to enable the SERVICE menu) can be
entered in the File / Password pull-down menu.
NOTE ! The KEYPAD PSWD menu is shown on the keypad:
- with the user password enabled after the MONITOR menu
- without a password (or password disabled) after the TUNING menu
- with the Service password enabled after the SERVICE menu
NOTE ! With the GF-eXpress tool you can always display all the menus except the SERVICE menu:
0 - Basic Level only the MONITOR menu is displayed
1 - User Menu (default) all the menus are displayed except the SERVICE menu
3 - Service Menu all the menus are displayed (reserved for use by GEFRAN
technicians)
SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE
This menu is reserved for use by Gefran technicians.
To access the SERVICE menu simply enter the level 2) password:
- using the GF-eXpress tool, from the File / Password pull-down menu, select 3 - Service menu and enter the
password.
- using the keypad, via the Keypad PSWD parameter (from the MONITOR menu, keep pressing until the
Keypad PSWD parameter is displayed).
Please refer to the Keypad PSWD parameter for more details about how to enter the Password.
Temporarily disabling the Service Password
This password, which is reserved for use by GEFRAN technicians, allows access to the SERVICE menu.
The password is fixed with a hexadecimal value ..H
1) When the drive is turned on the motor speed is shown on the display. Press Escape (Shift + ) to access
the menus.
2) Press Escape to display the MONITOR menu
3) In the MONITOR menu, press to display all the drive menus in sequence until the Keypad PSWD
parameter appears. Press Enter to display the value 00000000H.
4) Enter the Service password value.
5) Press Enter to confirm
5) Press to exit the password parameter and return to the MONITOR menu.
In this menu, press to display all the drive menus in sequence, including the SERVICE MENU.
The password is automatically re-enabled the next time the inverter is turned off and then on again.
The SERVICE menu only displays the Keypad Key Word parameter, which can be used to display the user
password that is enabled. If 00000000H appears in the parameter no password has been enabled.
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18792 FW Build Number [--] Dword R
It is a number which identifies univocally a version of the FW.
The higher numbers identify more recent FW versions.
18793 Reg Temp Alarm Th [C] Int16 R 0 0 1
Overtemperature of regulation board alarm threshold (code A22).
KEYPAD KEY
18144 Keypad Key Word [--] Dword R 00000000H
Displays the user password. If the value shown is 00000000H the password has not been entered.
COUNTER
20044 Load Def Counter [--] Dwor R
Counter for the number of performed loading procedures for the factory-set parameters.
20045 Tot Life Hours [Hour] Float R
Life hours at last power on.
20046 Act Life Hours [Hour] Float R
Hours from last power on.
20047 Power Fail Count [--] Dwor R
Counter listing the number of times the drive has been switched off.
20048 Save Param Count [--] Dwor R
Save parameters counter.
20049 SW Reset Count [--] Dwor R
Software reset counter.
ENCODER
20017 Enc Inc Tracks [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 1
Incremental encoder enabling for current regulation
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
20031 Enc Inc Index [--] Enum R/Z/* 1 0 1
Indicates if index on incremental encoder is present.
0=Not Present
1= Present
20028 Enc No Idx Range [--] Word R/W 2 0 65535
Maximum number of revolutions to be performed without reading the zero slot. 0...65535. If 0, the control is
disabled.
20029 Enc M Lost Puls [--] Word R/W 2 0 65535
Maximum number of lost incremental pulses for each revolution.
20034 Max Loss Pos [mech deg] Float R/Z/* 90.0 0 180
Maximum allowed position loss.
20013 Phasing Err [el deg] Float R
Actual phasing error
20014 Act Enc Pos Loss [mech deg] Float R
Actual position loss
20015 Act Mot El Angle [el deg] Float R
Motor electrical angle.
XE ENC INC MEAS
18744 Inc Data Min Mod [cnts] Int R/W 11000 0 32767
AD minimum allowed module.
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18741 Inc Data Act Mod [cnts] Int R
AD measured module.
19002 Inc Data Pos [mech deg] Float R
AD incremental position, main fbk.
19003 Inc Data N Rev [--] long R
AD incremental revolution, main fbk.
19096 Index Position [mech deg] Float R
AD index position, main fbk.
19004 Inc Pulses / Rev [--] Dword R
AD incremental pulses/revolution, main fbk.
19006 Inc B Data Count [cnts] Int R
AD incremental B channel, main fbk (XE pin 8-1)
19005 Inc A Data Count [cnts] Int R
AD incremental A channel, main fbk (XE pin 5-6)
XE ENC ABS MEAS
18747 Resolver Gain [times] Enum R/ Z/ * 1 0 3
Resolver input gain
0 = 5 times
1 = 2 times
2 = 1.25 times
3 = 1 times
18126 Res Shift Time [cnts] Int R/ W 580 -4000 4000
Resolver sampling shift time. 1cnts=33.3 ns.
18745 Abs Data Min Mod [cnts] Int R/ W 17000 0 32767
AN minimum allowed module.
18760 Abs Comp En [--] Enum R/ W 1 0 1
Enable offset compensation and amplitudes difference of AN channel.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
18761 Abs Comp TAU [--] Int R/ W 100 1 32767
AN comp time constant.
18767 Abs Max Noise [count] INT 0 0 65535
Maximum value of electrical noise on AN transducer.
18740 Abs Act Module [cnts] Int R
AN measured module.
19017 Abs Turn Pos [mech deg] Float R
AN position, main fbk.
19018 Abs Rev [--] Long R
AN revolution, main fbk.
18762 Abs Sin Offset [cnts] Int R
AN SIN ch. compensed offset, main fbk (XE pin 10-11).
18763 Abs Cos Offset [cnts] Int R
AN COS ch. compensed offset, main fbk (XE pin 12-13).
18764 Abs Gain Err [%] Float R
AN SIN/COS ch. compensed gain error
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18766 Abs Meas Noise [count] INT 0 0 65535
Momentary value of electrical noise on AN transducer.
19019 Abs Sin Meas [--] Int R
AN SIN ch., main fbk (XE pin 10-11)
19020 Abs Cos Meas [--] Int R
AN COS ch., main fbk (XE pin 12-13)
XER/EXP Inc Enc
19011 XER/EXP Turn Pos [mech deg] Float R
DI incremental position, aux encoder (XER connector)
19012 XER/EXP Rev [--] Long R
DI incremental revolution, aux encoder (XER connector)
19013 XER/EXP Puls Rev [--] Dword R
DI incremental pulses/revolution, aux encoder (XER connector)
19095 XER/EXP Ind Pos [el deg] Float R
DI index position, aux encoder (XER connector)
XE HALL TRACKS
19022 XE Hall Pos [el deg] Float R
HA position, main fbk (XE connector).
19026 XE Hall Rev [--] Long R
HA electrical revolution, main fbk (XE connector).
19027 XE Hall Meas [--] Word R
HA inputs pins H1, H2, H3, main fbk (XE connector).
19028 XE Hall N Error [--] Int R
Number of times when the 000 or 111 wrong configuration has appeared during the probe reading.
EXP ENC ABS1
19030 ABS1 Al Bit En [--] Enum R/W 1 0 1
ABS1 alarm bit check enable (EnDat only).
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
19031 EXP ABS1 Pos [mech deg] Float R
ABS1 absolute position, main fbk.
19032 EXP ABS1 Sw Rev [--] Long R
Number of calculated absolute turns. Not valid in case of encoder with Hiperface protocol.
This parameter can be greater than max number of revolutions set by encoders hardware limit.
19033 EXP ABS1 Hw Rev [--] Int R
Number of absolute revolutions.
This number has a maximum value, the maximum number of revolutions that encoder can measure. After
maximum value, count starts from zero.
19034 ABS1 Rx N Err [--] Int R
ABS1 total communication error.
19035 ABS1 Alarm Bit [--] Enum R
ABS1 alarm bit value (EnDat only).
FAST LINK ENC
29103 RX Rev [--] Long R
Number of incremental revolutions of the speed/position loop encoder, fast link receiver.
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29104 RX Pos [--] Long R
Incremental position of the speed/position loop encoder, fast link receiver.
29106 TX Rev [--] Long R
Number of incremental revolutions of the speed/position loop encoder, fast link transmitter.
29107 TX Pos [--] Long R
Incremental position of the speed/position loop encoder, fast link transmitter.
29108 RX Rev Aux [--] Long R
Number of incremental revolutions of the auxiliary encoder, fast link receiver.
29109 RX Pos Aux [--] Long R
Incremental position of the auxiliary encoder, fast link receiver.
29110 TX Rev Aux [--] Long R
Number of incremental revolutions of the auxiliary encoder, fast link transmitter.
29111 TX Pos Aux [--] Long R
Incremental position of the auxiliary encoder, fast link transmitter.
32015 FL Error [--] INT16 R
Incremental number of the fast link reception errors. It is active only on the FL slaves configured with the
functioning of the electric shaft. A drive reset takes it back to zero.
RESERVED
18111 XER/EXP Enc Mod [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 0 0 2
0 = Fourfold
1 = A=UpB=Dir
2 = A=UpB=Down
18112 XER/EXP Enc Flt [--] Word R/Z/* 4 0 7
DI glitches digital filter
18113 XE Inc Enc Flt [--] Word R/Z/* 4 0 7
AD glitches digital filter
18114 XE Index Mask [--] Enum R/ Z/ * 1 0 1
0=original ChZ
1=ChZ & ChA & ChB
18121 Spd Loop Filter [msec] Float R/W 1 0 50
Speed loop output LP filter time constant.
18122 XE Enc Abs Flt [msec] Float R/W 1 0 50
AN filter time constant.
18119 Curr Comp Time [msec] Float R/W 0 -1000 1000
Current sampling compensation time.
18120 Over Mod Factor [%] Float R/W 15 0 50
Overmodulation factor.
40901 FBCFG
Not to be modified, reserved for internal use.
DEBUG
18146 Debug Mode [--] Enum R/W 0 0 1
Enabling the Debug mode
0=Disabled
1=Enabled
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18392 PLC Correct ChkS [--] DWord R 0 0 65535
Restricted
18390 PLC Saved ChkS [--] DWord R 0 0 65535
Restricted
18773 Quadrature Volt [Vrms] Float R
Quadrature output voltage.
18774 Direct Volt [Vrms] Float R
Direct output voltage.
18765 Measured Speed [rpm] Float R
Speed measurement deriving from feedback devices.
TASK MEASURES
18726 MaxIn Ph Exe T [us] Word R/ W 0 0 62
Maximum task INPUT phase execution time.
18727 MaxFst Tsk Exe T [us] Word R/W 0 0 62
Maximum task EXECUTE phase execution time.
18728 MaxOut Ph Exe T [us] Word R/ W 0 0 62
Maximum task OUTPUT phase execution time.
18729 MaxAux Ph Exe T [us] Word R/W 0 0 62
Maximum task AUXILIARY phase execution time.
18721 MaxSl Tsk Exe T [us] Long R/W 0 0 8000
Maximum slow task execution task time.
18709 MaxSys Tsk Exe T [us] Long R/W 0 0 64000
Maximum system task execution task time.
18781 MaxBkg Tsk Exe T [msec] Long R/ W 0 0 8000
Maximum execution time of the "Background Task".
18771 MaxDSP Exe T [cnts] Word R/ W 0 0 1875
Maximum DSP execution time. DSP. 1 cnts=33.3 nsec.
18722 Inp Phase Exe T [us] Word R
Present execution time of the fast task "INPUT phase".
18723 Fst Tsk Exe T [us] Word R
Actual fast task EXECUTE phase execution time.
18724 Out Phase Tsk T [us] Word R
Actual task OUTPUT phase execution time.
18725 Aux Phase Exe T [us] Word R
Actual task AUXILIARY phase execution time.
18720 Slow Tsk Exe T [us] Long R
Actual slow task execution time.
18708 Sys Tsk Exe T [us] Long R
Actual system task execution time.
18780 Bkg Tsk Exe T [msec] Long R
Present execution time of the "Background Task".
18770 DSP Exe Time [cnts] Word R
Actual DSP execution time 1 cnts=33.3 nsec.
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In UPPERCASE = Menu
In lowercase = Parameter description
IPA
00999, pg.190
18010, pg.120
18011, pg.119
18017, pg.119
18031, pg.121
18032, pg.121
18042, pg.186
18070, pg.119
18071, pg.119
18100, pg.132
18101, pg.132
18102, pg.132
18103, pg.185
18104, pg.185
18105, pg.185
18107, pg.185
18109, pg.185
18110, pg.122
18111, pg.208
18112, pg.208
18113, pg.208
18114, pg.208
18119, pg.208
18120, pg.208
18121, pg.208
18122, pg.208
18123, pg.166
18124, pg.122
18126, pg.206
18130, pg.158
18131, pg.158
18132, pg.158
18133, pg.158
18134, pg.158
18135, pg.158
18136, pg.158
18138, pg.158
18140, pg.202
18143, pg.187
18144, pg.205
18145, pg.203
18146, pg.208
18150, pg.129
18151, pg.129
18222, pg.121
18313, pg.123, 202
18320, pg.132
18321, pg.132
18322, pg.132
18325, pg.132
18326, pg.132
18328, pg.132
18330, pg.202
18360, pg.123
18390, pg.209
18391, pg.188
18392, pg.209
18393, pg.188
18412, pg.185
18504, pg.202
18700, pg.201
18701, pg.121
18703, pg.121
18704, pg.121
18708, pg.209
18709, pg.209
18710, pg.119
18711, pg.119
18720, pg.209
18721, pg.209
18722, pg.209
18723, pg.209
18724, pg.209
18725, pg.209
18726, pg.209
18727, pg.209
18728, pg.209
18729, pg.209
18732, pg.118
18735, pg.118
18736, pg.119
18739, pg.118
18740, pg.206
18741, pg.206
18742, pg.119
18744, pg.205
18745, pg.206
18746, pg.118
18747, pg.206
18748, pg.118
18749, pg.118
18751, pg.188
18752, pg.201
18753, pg.201
18754, pg.119
18755, pg.119
18756, pg.119
18757, pg.119
18760, pg.206
18761, pg.206
18762, pg.206
18763, pg.206
18764, pg.206
18765, pg.209
18766, pg.207
18767, pg.206
18770, pg.209
18771, pg.209
18772, pg.119
18774, pg.209
18776, pg.118
18777, pg.118
18778, pg.120
18780, pg.209
18781, pg.209
18782, pg.118
18790, pg.201
18792, pg.205
18793, pg.205
18800, pg.131
18805, pg.118
18806, pg.118
18807, pg.118
19002, pg.206
19003, pg.206
19004, pg.206
19005, pg.206
19006, pg.206
19011, pg.207
19012, pg.207
19013, pg.207
19017, pg.206
19018, pg.206
19019, pg.207
19020, pg.207
19022, pg.207
19026, pg.207
19027, pg.207
19028, pg.207
19030, pg.207
19031, pg.207
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19032, pg.207
19033, pg.207
19034, pg.207
19035, pg.207
19040, pg.151
19095, pg.207
19096, pg.206
19113, pg.168
19607, pg.119
20000, pg.120
20001, pg.123
20002, pg.123
20003, pg.128
20004, pg.123
20005, pg.140
20006, pg.140
20007, pg.124
20008, pg.124
20009, pg.126
20010, pg.124
20011, pg.124
20012, pg.124
20013, pg.205
20014, pg.205
20015, pg.205
20016, pg.186
20017, pg.205
20018, pg.187
20019, pg.125
20020, pg.124
20021, pg.121
20022, pg.119
20023, pg.120
20024, pg.121
20025, pg.121
20026, pg.122
20028, pg.205
20029, pg.205
20030, pg.150
20031, pg.205
20032, pg.150
20033, pg.150
20034, pg.205
20035, pg.150
20036, pg.125
20037, pg.125
20038, pg.125, 126
20039, pg.125, 126
20040, pg.125, 126
20041, pg.125
20042, pg.125
20043, pg.125
20044, pg.205
20045, pg.205
20046, pg.205
20047, pg.205
20048, pg.205
20049, pg.205
20050, pg.120
20051, pg.120
20052, pg.120
20053, pg.121
20057, pg.202
20058, pg.202
20059, pg.202
20060, pg.202
20061, pg.202
20062, pg.202
20063, pg.203
20070, pg.203
20071, pg.203
20072, pg.203
20073, pg.122
20074, pg.122
20075, pg.122
20076*, pg.126
20077, pg.126
20080, pg.123
20081, pg.123
20082, pg.123
20083, pg.123
20085, pg.154
20086, pg.154
20087, pg.159
20088, pg.158
20089, pg.154
20092, pg.154
20100, pg.137
20101, pg.133
20102, pg.136
20103, pg.136
20104, pg.136
20105, pg.136
20106, pg.136
20107, pg.136
20150, pg.137
20151, pg.137
20152, pg.137
20153, pg.137
20154, pg.137
20155, pg.137
20156, pg.137
20157, pg.137
20162, pg.136
20163, pg.137
20164, pg.137
20170, pg.138
20171, pg.138
20172, pg.138
20173, pg.138
20174, pg.138
20175, pg.138
20176, pg.138
20177, pg.138
20178, pg.138
20179, pg.138
20180, pg.138
20181, pg.138
20182, pg.139
20183, pg.139
20184, pg.139
20185, pg.139
20186, pg.139
20187, pg.139
20188, pg.140
20189, pg.140
20200, pg.141
20201, pg.143
20202, pg.143
20203, pg.143
20204, pg.143
20205, pg.143
20250, pg.144
20251, pg.144
20252, pg.144
20253, pg.144
20254, pg.143
20255, pg.143
20256, pg.144
20257, pg.144
20258, pg.144
20259, pg.144
20260, pg.144
20270, pg.144
20271, pg.144
20272, pg.144
20273, pg.145
20274, pg.145
20275, pg.145
20276, pg.145
20277, pg.145
20278, pg.145
20279, pg.145
20280, pg.145
20281, pg.145
20282, pg.145
20283, pg.145
20284, pg.145
20285, pg.145
20286, pg.146
20289, pg.145
20290, pg.145
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20300, pg.146
20301, pg.147
20310, pg.147
20311, pg.148
20320, pg.147
20321, pg.147
20330, pg.147
20331, pg.147
20340, pg.147
20341, pg.148
20350, pg.147
20351, pg.148
20360, pg.147
20361, pg.148
20400, pg.148
20401, pg.149
20402, pg.149
20403, pg.150
20410, pg.149
20411, pg.149
20412, pg.150
20413, pg.150
20420, pg.149
20421, pg.149
20422, pg.150
20423, pg.150
20430, pg.149
20431, pg.149
20432, pg.150
20433, pg.150
20440, pg.149
20441, pg.149
20442, pg.150
20443, pg.150
20500, pg.118
20600, pg.157
20601, pg.157
20602, pg.157
20603, pg.157
21000, pg.151
21001, pg.151
21003, pg.151
21004, pg.151
21005, pg.151
21006, pg.151
21102, pg.127
21103, pg.127
21104, pg.127
21105, pg.127
21110, pg.127
21111, pg.128
21115, pg.127
21116, pg.127
21200, pg.128
21201, pg.128
21202, pg.128
21204, pg.129
21205, pg.129
21206, pg.128, 129
21207, pg.129
21210, pg.127
21211, pg.129
21212, pg.118
21213, pg.129
21301, pg.152
21302, pg.152
21303, pg.152
21304, pg.152
21305, pg.152
21306, pg.152
21307, pg.152
21310, pg.152
21311, pg.152
21401, pg.153
21402, pg.153
21403, pg.154
21411, pg.153
21412, pg.154
21413, pg.154
21421, pg.153
21422, pg.154
21423, pg.154
21431, pg.153
21432, pg.154
21433, pg.154
21440, pg.153
21441, pg.153
22000, pg.130
22001, pg.130
22002, pg.130
22003, pg.131
22004, pg.131
22005, pg.131
22007, pg.131
22009, pg.131
22010, pg.131
22011, pg.131
22012, pg.131
22013, pg.131
22014, pg.131
22501, pg.156
22502, pg.155
22503, pg.155
22504, pg.155
22505, pg.155
22506, pg.156
22507, pg.156
22508, pg.156
22509, pg.156
22510, pg.156
22515, pg.131
23000, pg.129
23001, pg.129
23002, pg.129
23003, pg.129
23010, pg.129
24000, pg.186
24100, pg.185
24101, pg.185
24102, pg.185
24109, pg.187
24110, pg.187
24111, pg.187
24112, pg.187
24120, pg.186
29004, pg.120
29103, pg.207
29104, pg.208
29106, pg.208
29107, pg.208
29108, pg.208
29109, pg.208
29110, pg.208
29111, pg.208
30000, pg.166
30001, pg.167
30002, pg.167
30004, pg.168
30010, pg.167
30011, pg.167
30012, pg.167
30013, pg.167
30014, pg.167
30015, pg.169
30016, pg.168
30017, pg.169
30018, pg.169
30020, pg.179
30021, pg.179
30022, pg.179
30023, pg.179
30024, pg.179
30025, pg.179
30027, pg.179
30028, pg.179
30036, pg.179
30037, pg.179
30038, pg.179
30039, pg.179
30040, pg.180
30041, pg.180
30042, pg.167
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30043, pg.167
30044, pg.167
30050, pg.169
30051, pg.169
30052, pg.169
30053, pg.169
30054, pg.169
30055, pg.169
30056, pg.169
30057, pg.168
30058, pg.169
30059, pg.170
30060, pg.170
30081, pg.168
30090, pg.168
30091, pg.168
30093, pg.168, 180
30094, pg.168
30096, pg.170
30097, pg.170
30098, pg.171
30099, pg.171
30100, pg.170
30101, pg.171
30102, pg.171
30103, pg.172
30104, pg.173
30105, pg.173
30106, pg.174
30107, pg.175
30108, pg.175
30163, pg.175
30164, pg.180
30200, pg.170
30201, pg.171
30202, pg.171
30203, pg.172
30204, pg.173
30205, pg.173
30206, pg.174
30207, pg.175
30264, pg.180
30300, pg.170
30301, pg.171
30302, pg.172
30303, pg.172
30304, pg.173
30305, pg.174
30306, pg.174
30307, pg.175
30364, pg.180
30380, pg.170
30400, pg.170
30401, pg.171
30402, pg.172
30403, pg.172
30404, pg.173
30405, pg.174
30406, pg.174
30407, pg.175
30464, pg.180
30481, pg.171
30482, pg.172
30483, pg.172
30484, pg.173
30485, pg.174
30486, pg.174
30487, pg.175
30490, pg.170
30491, pg.171
30492, pg.172
30493, pg.172
30494, pg.173
30495, pg.174
30496, pg.174
30497, pg.175
30500, pg.170
30501, pg.171
30502, pg.172
30503, pg.172
30504, pg.173
30505, pg.174
30506, pg.174
30507, pg.175
30600, pg.170
30601, pg.171
30602, pg.172
30603, pg.173
30604, pg.173
30605, pg.174
30606, pg.175
30607, pg.175
30700, pg.170
30701, pg.171
30702, pg.172
30703, pg.173
30704, pg.173
30705, pg.174
30706, pg.175
30707, pg.175
30710, pg.170
30711, pg.171
30712, pg.172
30713, pg.173
30714, pg.173
30715, pg.174
30716, pg.175
30717, pg.175
30800, pg.169
31000, pg.180
31001, pg.181
31002, pg.181
31003, pg.181
32000, pg.182
32001, pg.184
32002, pg.184
32003, pg.184
32004, pg.184
32005, pg.184
32006, pg.184
32008, pg.182
32009, pg.182
32010, pg.183
32011, pg.183
32012, pg.183
32013, pg.183
32014, pg.183
32015, pg.208
32016, pg.183
32020, pg.183
32021, pg.183
32090, pg.183
32100, pg.184
32101, pg.184
32102, pg.184
32103, pg.184
32104, pg.184
32200, pg.149
40000, pg.189
40001, pg.189
40100, pg.189
40110, pg.189
40111, pg.190
40113, pg.190
40114, pg.190
40115, pg.190
40116, pg.190
40119, pg.190
40190, pg.190
40191, pg.191
40192, pg.191
40193, pg.191
40194, pg.192
40195, pg.192
40196, pg.193
40197, pg.193
40200, pg.190
40201, pg.191
40202, pg.191
40203, pg.191
40204, pg.192
40205, pg.192
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40206, pg.193
40207, pg.193
40210, pg.190
40211, pg.191
40212, pg.191
40213, pg.192
40214, pg.192
40215, pg.192
40216, pg.193
40217, pg.193
40220, pg.190
40221, pg.191
40222, pg.191
40223, pg.192
40224, pg.192
40225, pg.192
40226, pg.193
40227, pg.193
40290, pg.195
40291, pg.195
40292, pg.196
40293, pg.196
40294, pg.197
40295, pg.197
40296, pg.197
40297, pg.198
40300, pg.195
40301, pg.195
40302, pg.196
40303, pg.196
40304, pg.197
40305, pg.197
40306, pg.197
40307, pg.198
40310, pg.195
40311, pg.196
40312, pg.196
40313, pg.196
40314, pg.197
40315, pg.197
40316, pg.198
40317, pg.198
40320, pg.195
40321, pg.196
40322, pg.196
40323, pg.196
40324, pg.197
40325, pg.197
40326, pg.198
40327, pg.198
40901, pg.208
40902, pg.200
40903, pg.200
40904, pg.200
40905, pg.200
40906, pg.200
40910, pg.200
40911, pg.200
40912, pg.200
40915, pg.200
40916, pg.200
40917, pg.200
40920, pg.200
40921, pg.201
40925, pg.200
40926, pg.201
40930, pg.201
40931, pg.201
41000, pg.201
41001, pg.201
41020, pg.202
41050, pg.201
41051, pg.201
41198, pg.193
41199, pg.194
41200, pg.194
41201, pg.195
41208, pg.193
41209, pg.194
41210, pg.194
41218, pg.194
41219, pg.194
41220, pg.194
41221, pg.195
41228, pg.194
41229, pg.194
41230, pg.194
41231, pg.195
41298, pg.198
41299, pg.199
41300, pg.199
41301, pg.199
41308, pg.198
41309, pg.199
41310, pg.199
41311, pg.199
41318, pg.198
41319, pg.199
41320, pg.199
41321, pg.200
41328, pg.198
41329, pg.199
41331, pg.199, 200
A
Abs Act Module, pg.206
Abs Comp En, pg.206
Abs Comp TAU, pg.206
Abs Cos Meas, pg.207
Abs Cos Offset, pg.206
Abs Data Min Mod, pg.206
Abs Gain Err, pg.206
Abs Max Noise, pg.206
Abs Meas Noise, pg.207
Abs Rev, pg.206
Abs Sin Meas, pg.207
Abs Sin Offset, pg.206
Abs Turn Pos, pg.206
ABS1 Al Bit En, pg.207
ABS1 Alarm Bit, pg.207
ABS1 Enc Div Rev, pg.125, 126
ABS1 Enc ppr, pg.125
ABS1 Enc Revol, pg.125, 126
ABS1 Enc Supply, pg.125
ABS1 Enc Type, pg.125, 126
ABS1 Rx N Err, pg.207
Acc Gain, pg.129
Act Ctrl Mode, pg.120
Act Enc Pos Loss, pg.205
Act Life Hours, pg.205
Act Mot El Angle, pg.205
Act Neg Spd Lim, pg.119
Act Neg Trq Lim, pg.118
Act Out Curr Lim, pg.118
Act Out Power, pg.118
Act Pos Spd Lim, pg.119
Act Pos Trq Lim, pg.118
Act SpdDrw Ratio, pg.154
Act Torque, pg.118
Act Torque Eng, pg.118
Actual Pos Error, pg.168
Actual Position, pg.168
Actual Ratio, pg.184
Alarm Delay, pg.185
Alarm Delay Mask, pg.185
Alarm Dis Mask, pg.185
Alarm List Clear, pg.186
Alarm Status, pg.186
ALARMS, pg.185
An Inp 0 D_B Neg, pg.147
An Inp 0 D_B Pos, pg.147
An Inp 0 Offset, pg.147
An Inp 0 Read, pg.147
An Inp 0 Scale, pg.147
An Inp 0 Value, pg.147
An Inp 1 D_B Neg, pg.148
An Inp 1 D_B Pos, pg.147
An Inp 1 Offset, pg.147
An Inp 1 Read, pg.148
An Inp 1 Scale, pg.148
An Inp 1 Value, pg.148
An Out 0 Offset, pg.149
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An Out 0 Scale, pg.149
An Out 0 Value, pg.149
An Out 0 Write, pg.149
An Out 1 Offset, pg.149
An Out 1 Scale, pg.149
An Out 1 Value, pg.149
An Out 1 Write, pg.149
Analog Inp 0 Sel, pg.146
Analog Inp 1 Sel, pg.147
ANALOG INPUT 0, pg.147
ANALOG INPUT 1, pg.147
ANALOG INPUTS, pg.146
ANALOG OUT 0, pg.149
Analog Out 0 Sel, pg.148
ANALOG OUT 1, pg.149
Analog Out 1 Sel, pg.149
ANALOG OUTPUTS, pg.148
ANALOG POS REF, pg.170
AnOut MaxPosErr, pg.149
Application Sel, pg.202
Arms Conv Fact, pg.201
AUTOTUNING, pg.202
Aux Enc Type, pg.125
Aux Phase Exe T, pg.209
B
Back Lash Dir, pg.181
Back Lash En, pg.180
BACKLASH RECOV, pg.180
Base Torque, pg.131
Bkg Tsk Exe T, pg.209
BR Ovld Factor, pg.185
Brake Config, pg.185
BRAKE CONTROL, pg.157
Brake Enable, pg.157
Brake ON Delay, pg.157
Brake ON Spd Thr, pg.157
Brake Res Power, pg.185
Brake Res Value, pg.185
Brake Volt Thr, pg.185
BRAKING RES, pg.185
Bus Address, pg.189
Bus Baude Rate, pg.189
C
CANOPEN, pg.200
CC Enabling, pg.189
CCW Acc Ramp, pg.127
CCW Dec Ramp, pg.127
CCW Home Pos Acc, pg.179
CCW Home Pos Dec, pg.179
CCW Jog Acc, pg.151
CCW Jog Dec, pg.151
CCW Rev Test Gen, pg.203
COBID Em Obj, pg.200
COMM CONFIG, pg.121, 122
Control Mode, pg.120
COUNTER, pg.205
CPU Err Al Cause, pg.187
Curr Comp Time, pg.208
Curr Deriv Gain, pg.132
Curr Gain Calc, pg.132
Curr Integr Gain, pg.132
Curr Prop Gain, pg.132
CURR TEST GEN, pg.202
CURRENT GAINS, pg.132
Cus OBJ Idx Mode, pg.200
CW Acc Ramp, pg.127
CW Dec Ramp, pg.127
CW Home Pos Acc, pg.179
CW Home Pos Dec, pg.179
CW Jog Acc, pg.151
CW Jog Dec, pg.151
CW Rev Test Gen, pg.203
D
DC Link Voltage, pg.119
DEBUG, pg.208
Debug Mode, pg.208
Delta Pos, pg.181
Destination Pos, pg.168
DeviceNet Enable, pg.201
Dig Inp 0 Status, pg.137
Dig Inp Rev Mask, pg.136
Dig Inp Status, pg.137
Dig Out Reverse, pg.143
Dig Out Status, pg.143
Digital Input 1, pg.133
Digital Input 2, pg.136
Digital Input 3, pg.136
Digital Input 4, pg.136
Digital Input 5, pg.136
Digital Input 6, pg.136
Digital Input 7, pg.136
DIGITAL INPUTS, pg.132
Digital Output 0, pg.141
Digital Output 1, pg.143
Digital Output 2, pg.143
Digital Output 3, pg.143
Digital Output 4, pg.143
Digital Output 5, pg.143
DIGITAL OUTPUTS, pg.140
Direct Volt, pg.209
DNet En Key Stat, pg.201
DO Reset at Fail, pg.140
DO Set at Fail, pg.140
DRIVE CONFIG, pg.120
Drive Max Curr, pg.120
Drive Nom Curr, pg.121
Drive Ovld Fact, pg.119
Drive Serial Add, pg.121
Drive size, pg.121
Drv Nom Curr 0Hz, pg.121
Drv Temp Src, pg.122
DSP Exe Time, pg.209
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EL LINE SHAFT, pg.181
EL SHAFT R BEND, pg.184
EL SHAFT RATIO, pg.184
Els Control Mode, pg.183
Els Delta Ratio, pg.183
Els Delta Time, pg.182
Els FL Source, pg.183
Els Master Sel, pg.182
Els Max RB Speed, pg.184
Els Mec Ratio, pg.183
Els PPR Master, pg.182
Els Ratio / Slip, pg.183
Els Ratio 0, pg.184
Els Ratio 1, pg.184
Els Ratio 2, pg.184
Els Ratio 3, pg.184
Els Ratio Index, pg.184
Els Ratio Range, pg.183
Els RB Acc, pg.184
Els RB Dec, pg.184
Els RB Speed Ref, pg.184
Els RB Time, pg.184
Els Slip Limit, pg.183
ElsMec Ratio Div, pg.183
ElsMec Ratio Mul, pg.183
En Keys Mask, pg.202
Enable I-O Keys, pg.121
ENABLE KEYS, pg.201
Enc Err Simul, pg.151
ENC EXP BOARD, pg.125, 126
Enc Inc Index, pg.205
Enc Inc Tracks, pg.205
Enc M Lost Puls, pg.205
Enc Mech Offset, pg.202
Enc Mot Ratio, pg.126
Enc No Idx Range, pg.205
Enc Offset, pg.202
Enc Postition, pg.119
Enc Rep Sim Cfg, pg.150
ENC REPETITION, pg.150
Enc Revolution, pg.119
Enc W->A Mask, pg.187
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Enc Warning Cause, pg.186
ENCODER, pg.205
ENCODER PARAM, pg.123
Encoder Ratio Enable, pg.126
End Run Dec, pg.127
EnDat Del Comp, pg.125
Environment Temp, pg.120
ExAn Out 0 Offse, pg.150
ExAn Out 0 Scale, pg.150
ExAn Out 0 Value, pg.150
ExAn Out 0 Write, pg.150
ExAn Out 1 Offse, pg.150
ExAn Out 1 Scale, pg.150
ExAn Out 1 Value, pg.150
ExAn Out 1 Write, pg.150
EXP ABS1 Hw Rev, pg.207
EXP ABS1 Pos, pg.207
EXP ABS1 Sw Rev, pg.207
EXP AN OUT 0, pg.150
EXP AN OUT 1, pg.150
EXP ANALOG OUT, pg.149
Exp Analog Out 0, pg.149
Exp Analog Out 1, pg.150
Exp Dig Inp 0, pg.137
Exp Dig Inp 1, pg.137
Exp Dig Inp 2, pg.137
Exp Dig Inp 3, pg.137
Exp Dig Inp 4, pg.137
Exp Dig Inp 5, pg.137
Exp Dig Inp 6, pg.137
Exp Dig Inp 7, pg.137
Exp Dig Inp Stat, pg.137
EXP DIG INPUTS, pg.137
Exp Dig Out 1, pg.144
Exp Dig Out 2, pg.144
Exp Dig Out 3, pg.144
Exp Dig Out 4, pg.144
Exp Dig Out 5, pg.144
Exp Dig Out 6, pg.144
Exp Dig Out 7, pg.144
Exp Dig Out Stat, pg.144
EXP DIG OUTPUTS, pg.144
EXP ENC ABS1, pg.207
F
Fast Link Addr, pg.122
FAST LINK ENC, pg.207
Fast Stop Dec, pg.127
FastLink Trq En, pg.131
FastLink Trq Ref, pg.131
FB 10th M->S PAR, pg.194
FB 10th S->M PAR, pg.199
FB 11th M->S PAR, pg.194
FB 11th S->M PAR, pg.199
FB 12th M->S PAR, pg.195
FB 12th S->M PAR, pg.199
FB 1st M->S PAR, pg.190
FB 1st S->M PAR, pg.195
FB 2nd S->M PAR, pg.195
FB 2ndM->S PAR, pg.191
FB 3rd M->S PAR, pg.191
FB 3rd S->M PAR, pg.196
FB 4th M->S PAR, pg.191
FB 4th S->M PAR, pg.196
FB 5th M->S PAR, pg.192
FB 5th S->M PAR, pg.197
FB 6th M->S PAR, pg.192
FB 6th S->M PAR, pg.197
FB 7th M->S PAR, pg.193
FB 7th S->M PAR, pg.197
FB 8th M->S PAR, pg.193
FB 8th S->M PAR, pg.198
FB 9th M->S PAR, pg.193
FB 9th S->M PAR, pg.198
FB Alarm Watch, pg.190
FB Assign M->S 10, pg.194
FB Assign M->S 11, pg.194
FB Assign M->S 12, pg.195
FB Assign M->S 2, pg.191
FB Assign M->S 3, pg.191
FB Assign M->S 4, pg.191
FB Assign M->S 5, pg.192
FB Assign M->S 6, pg.192
FB Assign M->S 7, pg.193
FB Assign M->S 8, pg.193
FB Assign M->S 9, pg.193
FB Assign S->M 1, pg.195
FB Assign S->M 10, pg.199
FB Assign S->M 11, pg.199
FB Assign S->M 12, pg.199
FB Assign S->M 2, pg.195
FB Assign S->M 3, pg.196
FB Assign S->M 4, pg.196
FB Assign S->M 5, pg.197
FB Assign S->M 6, pg.197
FB Assign S->M 7, pg.197
FB Assign S->M 8, pg.198
FB Assign S->M 9, pg.198
FB Exp M->S 1, pg.190
FB Exp M->S 10, pg.194
FB Exp M->S 11, pg.194
FB Exp M->S 12, pg.195
FB Exp M->S 2, pg.191
FB Exp M->S 3, pg.191
FB Exp M->S 4, pg.192
FB Exp M->S 5, pg.192
FB Exp M->S 6, pg.192
FB Exp M->S 7, pg.193
FB Exp M->S 8, pg.193
FB Exp M->S 9, pg.194
FB Exp S->M 1, pg.195
FB Exp S->M 10, pg.199
FB Exp S->M 11, pg.199
FB Exp S->M 12, pg.200
FB Exp S->M 2, pg.196
FB Exp S->M 3, pg.196
FB Exp S->M 4, pg.196
FB Exp S->M 5, pg.197
FB Exp S->M 6, pg.197
FB Exp S->M 7, pg.198
FB Exp S->M 8, pg.198
FB Exp S->M 9, pg.198
FB Fail Cause, pg.190
FB Format M->S, pg.191
FB Format M->S 1, pg.190
FB Format M->S 10, pg.194
FB Format M->S 11, pg.194
FB Format M->S 12, pg.195
FB Format M->S 3, pg.191
FB Format M->S 4, pg.192
FB Format M->S 5, pg.192
FB Format M->S 6, pg.192
FB Format M->S 7, pg.193
FB Format M->S 8, pg.193
FB Format M->S 9, pg.194
FB Format S->M 1, pg.195
FB Format S->M 10, pg.199
FB Format S->M 11, pg.199
FB Format S->M 12, pg.200
FB Format S->M 2, pg.196
FB Format S->M 3, pg.196
FB Format S->M 4, pg.196
FB Format S->M 5, pg.197
FB Format S->M 6, pg.197
FB Format S->M 7, pg.198
FB Format S->M 8, pg.198
FB Format S->M 9, pg.198
FB IPA M->S 1, pg.190
FB IPA M->S 10, pg.194
FB IPA M->S 11, pg.194
FB IPA M->S 12, pg.195
FB IPA M->S 2, pg.191
FB IPA M->S 3, pg.191
FB IPA M->S 4, pg.191
FB IPA M->S 5, pg.192
FB IPA M->S 6, pg.192
FB IPA M->S 7, pg.193
FB IPA M->S 8, pg.193
FB IPA M->S 9, pg.193
FB IPA S->M 1, pg.195
FB IPA S->M 10, pg.199
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FB IPA S->M 11, pg.199
FB IPA S->M 12, pg.199
FB IPA S->M 2, pg.195
FB IPA S->M 3, pg.196
FB IPA S->M 4, pg.196
FB IPA S->M 5, pg.197
FB IPA S->M 6, pg.197
FB IPA S->M 7, pg.197
FB IPA S->M 8, pg.198
FB IPA S->M 9, pg.198
FBCFG, pg.208
Field Bus Status, pg.190
FIELDBUS, pg.189
FL Trq Scale, pg.131
Float Word Order, pg.190
FLUX, pg.132
Flux Current, pg.118
Fst Tsk Exe T, pg.209
FstLnk Slow Sync, pg.122
Full Scale Speed, pg.128
FW Build Number, pg.205
FW Version, pg.119
G
Guard Time, pg.200
H
Heatsink Temp, pg.119
Hig Curr Ref Gen, pg.202
Home Fine Spd, pg.179
Home Max Spd, pg.179
Home Pos Offs En, pg.180
Home Pos Offset, pg.179
Home Spd Ref, pg.179
Home Src Direc, pg.179
I
Inc A Data Count, pg.206
Inc B Data Count, pg.206
Inc Data Act Mod, pg.206
Inc Data Min Mod, pg.205
Inc Data N Rev, pg.206
Inc Data Pos, pg.206
Inc Pulses / Rev, pg.206
Index Offset Sim, pg.150
Index Position, pg.206
Index Puls Simul, pg.150
Inertia, pg.129
Inertia Filter, pg.129
Inp Phase Exe T, pg.209
Inside Index Src, pg.179
Intake Air Temp, pg.119
IPA 1 Par Set, pg.187
IPA 2 Par Set, pg.187
J
JOG FUNCTION, pg.151
Jog Reference, pg.151
Jog Speed Limit, pg.151
K
KEYPAD, pg.121
KEYPAD KEY, pg.205
Keypad Key Word, pg.205
KEYPAD PSW, pg.203
Keypad PSWD, pg.203
L
Life Time Factor, pg.200
LKG Inductance, pg.123, 202
Load Def Counter, pg.205
Load Def Err IPA, pg.188
Load Default Par, pg.119
Load Param PAD, pg.119
Loss Active, pg.159
Low Curr Ref Gen, pg.203
M
M Ramp 1 CCW Acc, pg.153
M Ramp 1 CCW Dec, pg.153
M Ramp 1 CW Acc, pg.153
M Ramp 1 CW Dec, pg.153
M Ramp 2 CCW Acc, pg.154
M Ramp 2 CCW Dec, pg.154
M Ramp 2 CW Acc, pg.153
M Ramp 2 CW Dec, pg.154
M Ramp 3 CCW Acc, pg.154
M Ramp 3 CCW Dec, pg.154
M Ramp 3 CW Acc, pg.154
M Ramp 3 CW Dec, pg.154
Mains Voltage, pg.120
Max Brake Energy, pg.185
Max Deflux Curr, pg.132
Max Loss Pos, pg.205
Max Neg Torque, pg.131
Max Ovld Curr, pg.121
Max Pos Error, pg.166
Max Pos Torque, pg.131
Max Preset Value, pg.169
Max Prs Abs Val, pg.169
Max Ramp Rate, pg.128
Max Torque, pg.131
MaxAux Ph Exe T, pg.209
MaxBkg Tsk Exe T, pg.209
MaxDSP Exe T, pg.209
MaxFst Tsk Exe T, pg.209
MaxIn Ph Exe T, pg.209
MaxOut Ph Exe T, pg.209
MaxSl Tsk Exe T, pg.209
MaxSys Tsk Exe T, pg.209
Measured Speed, pg.209
Min Preset Value, pg.169
Min Prs Abs Val, pg.169
Modbus IPA Ofst, pg.190
Mot Enc Source, pg.124
Mot Nom K Torque, pg.123
Mot Nominal Curr, pg.123
Mot Ovld Control, pg.123
Mot Ovld Factor, pg.123
Mot Ovld Time, pg.123
Mot Thermal Prot, pg.123
MOTOR DATA, pg.123
MOTOR OVERLOAD, pg.123
MOTOR PARAM, pg.123
Motor Poles, pg.123
MOTOR POT, pg.155
Motor Pot Acc, pg.155
Motor Pot Dec, pg.155
Motor Pot Dir, pg.156
Motor Pot En, pg.156
Motor Pot Init, pg.156
Motor Pot Lo Lim, pg.155
Motor Pot Memo, pg.156
Motor Pot Mode, pg.156
Motor Pot Output, pg.156
Motor Pot Reset, pg.156
Motor Pot Up Lim, pg.155
Motor Speed, pg.118
MotPoles/EncRev, pg.126
MPos 0 Next Pos, pg.170
MPos 1 Next Pos, pg.171
MPos 2 Next Pos, pg.172
MPos 3 Next Pos, pg.173
MPos 4 Next Pos, pg.173
MPos 5 Next Pos, pg.174
MPos 6 Next Pos, pg.175
MPos 7 Next Pos, pg.175
Multi Pos Enable, pg.167
Multi Pos Index, pg.168
Multi Ramp Conf, pg.153
Multi Ramp Index, pg.153
Multi Spd Index, pg.152
Multi Speed 1, pg.152
Multi Speed 2, pg.152
Multi Speed 3, pg.152
Multi Speed 4, pg.152
Multi Speed 5, pg.152
Multi Speed 6, pg.152
Multi Speed 7, pg.152
Multi Speed Conf, pg.152
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MULTIRAMP, pg.153
MULTIRAMP 1, pg.153
MULTIRAMP 2, pg.153
MULTIRAMP 3, pg.154
MULTISPEED, pg.151
N
Neg Speed Limit, pg.129
O
Out Current, pg.118
Out Frequency, pg.119
Out Phase Tsk T, pg.209
Out Vlt Max Lim, pg.132
Out Volt Filter, pg.132
Output Voltage, pg.119
Over Mod Factor, pg.208
Overload Control, pg.120
P
P Loss Int Gain, pg.158
P Loss NoRes Thr, pg.158
P Loss Prop Gain, pg.158
P Loss Ramp, pg.158
P Loss Spd 0 Thr, pg.158
P Loss Trq Lim, pg.158
P Loss Volt Ref, pg.158
Par Set Cause Al, pg.187
PDC Enabling, pg.190
PDO 1 RX, pg.200
PDO 1 RX COBID, pg.200
PDO 1 RX TYPE, pg.200
PDO 1 TX, pg.200
PDO 1 TX COBID, pg.200
PDO 1 TX INH, pg.201
PDO 1 TX TYPE, pg.200
PDO 2 RX, pg.200
PDO 2 RX COBID, pg.200
PDO 2 RX TYPE, pg.200
PDO 2 TX, pg.201
PDO 2 TX INH, pg.201
PDO 2 TX TYPE, pg.201
PDO 3 RX, pg.200
PDO 3 RX COBID, pg.200
PDO 3 RX TYPE, pg.200
PDO 3 TX, pg.201
PDO 3 TX COBID, pg.201
PDO 3 TX INH, pg.201
PDO 3 TX TYPE, pg.201
Period Test Gen, pg.202
PHASING, pg.202
Phasing Speed, pg.202
PL Mains status, pg.158
PLC Correct ChkS, pg.209
PLC En Key Stat, pg.201
PLC Enable Key, pg.201
PLC Err Cause, pg.188
PLC Saved ChkS, pg.209
Pos 0 Progress, pg.170
Pos 0 Thr Offset, pg.169
Pos 1 Progress, pg.171
Pos 2 Progress, pg.172
Pos 3 Progress, pg.172
Pos 4 Progress, pg.173
Pos 5 Progress, pg.174
Pos 6 Progress, pg.174
Pos 7 Progress, pg.175
Pos Abs Thr, pg.169
Pos Actual Event, pg.169
Pos An Filter, pg.171
Pos An Mode, pg.171
Pos An Stdy Wind, pg.170
Pos An Wind Del, pg.170
Pos CCW Acc, pg.167
Pos CCW Acc 0, pg.170
Pos CCW Acc 1, pg.171
Pos CCW Acc 3, pg.172
Pos CCW Acc 4, pg.173
Pos CCW Acc 5, pg.174
Pos CCW Acc 6, pg.174
Pos CCW Acc 7, pg.175
Pos CCW Dec, pg.167
Pos CCW Dec 0, pg.170
Pos CCW Dec 1, pg.171
Pos CCW Dec 2, pg.172
Pos CCW Dec 3, pg.172
Pos CCW Dec 4, pg.173
Pos CCW Dec 5, pg.174
Pos CCW Dec 6, pg.174
Pos CCW Dec 7, pg.175
Pos Conv Fact, pg.201
Pos CW Acc, pg.167
Pos CW Acc 0, pg.170
Pos CW Acc 1, pg.171
Pos CW Acc 2, pg.172
Pos CW Acc 3, pg.172
Pos CW Acc 4, pg.173
Pos CW Acc 5, pg.174
Pos CW Acc 6, pg.174
Pos CW Acc 7, pg.175
Pos CW Dec, pg.167
Pos CW Dec 0, pg.170
Pos CW Dec 1, pg.171
Pos CW Dec 2, pg.172
Pos CW Dec 3, pg.172
Pos CW Dec 4, pg.173
Pos CW Dec 5, pg.174
Pos CW Dec 6, pg.174
Pos CW Dec 7, pg.175
Pos Dwell 0, pg.170
Pos Dwell 1, pg.171
Pos Dwell 2, pg.172
Pos Dwell 3, pg.173
Pos Dwell 4, pg.173
Pos Dwell 5, pg.174
Pos Dwell 6, pg.175
Pos Dwell 7, pg.175
Pos Event 0, pg.170
Pos Event 1, pg.171
Pos Event 2, pg.172
Pos Event 3, pg.173
Pos Event 4, pg.173
Pos Event 5, pg.174
Pos Event 6, pg.175
Pos Event 7, pg.175
Pos Exceeded, pg.169
POS PRESET 6, pg.174
POS PRESET 7, pg.175
POS PRESET (8-63), pg.175
POS PRESET 0, pg.170
Pos Preset 0, pg.170
POS PRESET 1, pg.171
Pos Preset 1, pg.171
POS PRESET 2, pg.171
Pos Preset 2, pg.171
POS PRESET 3, pg.172
Pos Preset 3, pg.172
POS PRESET 4, pg.173
Pos Preset 4, pg.173
POS PRESET 5, pg.173
Pos Preset 5, pg.173
Pos Preset 6, pg.174
Pos Preset 63, pg.175
Pos Preset 7, pg.175
Pos Preset 8, pg.175
Pos Reach Behav, pg.167
Pos Return, pg.180
Pos Return Acc, pg.180
POS RETURN CONF, pg.180
Pos Return Dec, pg.180
Pos Return Speed, pg.180
Pos Speed 0, pg.170
Pos Speed 1, pg.171
Pos Speed 2, pg.171
Pos Speed 3, pg.172
Pos Speed 4, pg.173
Pos Speed 5, pg.173
Pos Speed 6, pg.174
Pos Speed 7, pg.175
Pos Speed Limit, pg.129
Pos Stop Dec, pg.168
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Pos Thr Close 1, pg.169
Pos Thr Close 2, pg.169
POS THR CONFIG, pg.169
Pos Window, pg.169, 170
Pos Window Time, pg.170
Pos Window Tout, pg.170
POSITION, pg.159
Position Config, pg.168
Position Gain, pg.129
Position I Gain, pg.129
POSITION LIMIT, pg.169
Position Mode, pg.168
Position Speed, pg.167
Position Torque, pg.169
Power Fail Count, pg.205
POWERLOSS, pg.157
Powerloss Config, pg.158
PPR Simulation, pg.150
Preset Index, pg.168
PWM Frequency, pg.120
Q
Quadrature Volt, pg.209
R
RAMP, pg.127
Ramp Enable, pg.127
Ramp Exp Factor, pg.127
Ramp Output, pg.118
Ramp Reference, pg.118
Reg Card Temp, pg.119
Reg Temp Alarm Th, pg.205
Relay Config, pg.121
Res Shift Time, pg.206
RESERVED, pg.208
Resolver Gain, pg.206
Resolver Poles, pg.124
Rpm Conv Fact, pg.201
RX Pos, pg.208
RX Pos Aux, pg.208
RX Rev, pg.207
RX Rev Aux, pg.208
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SAVE / LOAD PAR, pg.119
Save Param Count, pg.205
Save Param PAD, pg.119
Save Parameters, pg.119
Ser Num En Keys, pg.202
Serial Baud Rate, pg.121
Serial Del Time, pg.122
Serial Line Conf, pg.121
Serial Prot Type, pg.121
SERVICE, pg.204
Slow Tsk Exe T, pg.209
SPD / POS GAIN, pg.129
Spd Loop Filter, pg.208
Spd-Pos Enc Sour, pg.124
SPD/POS TESTGEN, pg.203
SPEED, pg.128
Speed Comp, pg.181
SPEED DRAW, pg.154
Speed Draw In, pg.154
Speed Draw Out, pg.154
Speed Draw Ratio, pg.154
Speed Gain, pg.129
Speed Reach Wnd, pg.129
Speed Ref 1, pg.128
Speed Ref 2, pg.128
Speed Ref 3, pg.128
Speed Reference, pg.118
Speed Test Gen, pg.203
Speed Thr, pg.129
Speed Thr Delay, pg.129
Speed Thr Wnd, pg.129
Speed Zero Delay, pg.129
Speed Zero Thr, pg.129
Start on Edge, pg.167
Start Status, pg.118
Startup Zero Pos, pg.180
Stop by Ramp, pg.167
SW Reset Count, pg.205
Sync Period, pg.200
Sys Tsk Exe T, pg.209
Sys Warn Cause, pg.188
T
TASK MEASURES, pg.209
Temp Hys, pg.122
Temp Thr, pg.122
Test Gen Ref, pg.202
TEST GENERATOR, pg.202
TORQUE, pg.130
Torque Conv Fact, pg.201
Torque Current, pg.118
Torque Mode, pg.130
Torque Reduction, pg.131
Torque Ref 1, pg.130
Torque Ref 2, pg.130
Torque Thr, pg.131
Torque Thr Delay, pg.131
Tot Life Hours, pg.205
Trq Lim Config, pg.131
Trq Speed Limit, pg.131
TUNING, pg.202
Tuning Status, pg.202
TX Pos, pg.208
TX Rev, pg.208
U
Unit Per Div, pg.167
Unit Per Rev, pg.166
UNITS, pg.201
User Vlt Max Lim, pg.132
V
Virt DI at Dis, pg.140
Virt DI at Reset, pg.140
Virt DI at Start, pg.139
Virt DI Status, pg.139
Virt Dig Inp 0, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 1, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 10, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 11, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 12, pg.139
Virt Dig Inp 13, pg.139
Virt Dig Inp 14, pg.139
Virt Dig Inp 15, pg.139
Virt Dig Inp 2, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 3, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 4, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 5, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 6, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 7, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 8, pg.138
Virt Dig Inp 9, pg.138
VIRT DIG INPUTS, pg.138
Virt Dig Out 0, pg.144
Virt Dig Out 1, pg.144
Virt Dig Out 10, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 11, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 12, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 13, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 14, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 15, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 2, pg.144
Virt Dig Out 3, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 4, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 5, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 6, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 7, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 8, pg.145
Virt Dig Out 9, pg.145
VIRT DIG OUTPUTS, pg.144
Virt DO at Fail, pg.145
Virt DO at Reset, pg.145
Virt DO Status, pg.146
Volt Int Gain, pg.132
Volt Prop Gain, pg.132
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W
Warning Status, pg.186
X
XE Enc Abs Flt, pg.208
XE ENC ABS MEAS, pg.206
XE ENC INC MEAS, pg.205
XE Enc ppr, pg.124
XE Enc Supply, pg.124
XE Enc Type, pg.124
XE Hall Meas, pg.207
XE Hall N Error, pg.207
XE Hall Pos, pg.207
XE Hall Rev, pg.207
XE HALL TRACKS, pg.207
XE Inc Enc Flt, pg.208
XE Index Mask, pg.208
XER Enc Supply, pg.125
XER/EXP Enc Flt, pg.208
XER/EXP Enc Mod, pg.208
XER/EXP Enc ppr, pg.125
XER/EXP Ind Pos, pg.207
XER/EXP Puls Rev, pg.207
XER/EXP Rev, pg.207
XER/EXP Turn Pos, pg.207
Z
ZERO FOUND CONF, pg.176
Zero Index En, pg.179
Zero Sensor Edge, pg.180
Zero Sensor En, pg.179
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SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Appendix - Field bus and serial interface 233
Appendix - Field bus and serial interface
1.0 Integrated CANopen Interface
CANopen is a communication profile for CAL-based industrial systems.
The reference document is the CANopen CAL-Base COMMUNICATION
PROFILE for Industrial Systems; CiA Draft Standard 301 Version 3.0.
Issue October 1996 by CAN in Automation e. V.
The CAN protocol (ISO 11898) is CAN2.0A with an 11-bit identifier.
The integrated CANopen interface is developed as a Minimum Capabilty
Device.
The data exchange is cyclic; the Master unit reads the Slave input data
and writes the Slave output data; the Baud Rates for the interface are
those foreseen by the CANopen specification.
1.1 CANopen Functions
This chapter describes the controlled functions of the CANopen com-
munication profile. The main features are:
1) The Minimum Boot-up is managed; the Extended Boot-up (CAL)
is not managed.
2) The SYNC function is implemented.
3) The PDO asynchronous assignment and RTR are managed.
4) The Node Guarding is managed.
5) The emergency message is managed (EMERGENCY).
6) The Dynamic ID distribution function (DBT slave) is not managed.
7) A Pre-Defined Master/Slave connection is implemented to sim-
plify the Master tasks during the initialization phase. Inhibit-Times
(in units of 100 uS) can be modified up to a value of 1 min.
8) The high-resolution synchronization is not supported.
9) TIME STAMP is not managed.
10) On the access of the structured parameters, the OFFhex option
subindex (access to the whole object) is not managed.
11) In order to obtain a higher efficiency level, only the Expedited data
transfer (max. 4 Bytes) of the SDO services is managed.
1.1.1 Pre-defined Master/Slave Connection
The Pre-defined Master/Slave connection allows a peer-to-peer com-
munication between one Master and 127 Slaves; the Broadcast address
is zero.
1.1.2 NMT Services (Network Management)
The NMT mandatory services are:
- Enter_Pre-Operational_State CS = 128
- Reset_Node CS = 129
- Reset_Communication CS = 130
Being that the Minimum Boot-up is used, also the following NMT serv-
ices are managed:
- Start_Remote_Mode CS = 1
CiA : CAN in Automation, user
international group.
CAN : Controller Area Net-
work.
DBT: Distributor. It is a serv-
ice element of the CAN Appli-
cation Layer in the CAN Ref-
erence Model; the DBT has
the task to assign COB-ID to
the COBs used by the CMS.
PDO: Process Data Object,
service messages without
confirmation used for the real
time data transfer from/to the
device.
SDO: Service Data Object,
service messages with confir-
mation used for the acyclic
data transfer from/to the de-
vice.
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- Stop_Remote_Mode CS = 2
The COB-ID * of an initialization NMT service is always at 0; CS is the
Command Specifier defining the NMT service.
1.1.3 Initialization
The XVy drive supports the Node Guarding mechanism. The Node
Guarding configuration can be performed through the master via the
standard Object Dictionary elements (1006h, 100Ch, 100Dh).
The drive checks the master functioning conditions through the Life
Guarding. If the check fails, the drive enables the "Buss Loss" alarm.
The Life Guarding threshold can be calculated as follows:
Value/Condition
60ms
Default. No parameterization of the Node Guarding.
SYNC_PERIOD (*)
LIFE_TIME_FACTOR
Use of the synchronous mode. If not stated by the master, the
LIFE_TIME_FACTOR default value is equal to 3.
NODE_GUARDING_PERIOD (*)
LIFE_TIME_FACTOR
NODE_GUARDING_PERIOD set by the master
If not otherwise stated, the LIFE_TIME_FACTOR value is equal to 3
1.1.4 Communication Object
This chapter describes the communication objects of the CANopen pro-
tocol; they are managed by the interface card. The managed
communication objects are:
1) 1 SDO reception Server.
2) 1 SDO transmission Server.
3) 2 reception PDOs.
4) 2 transmission PDOs.
5) 1 Emergency Object.
6) 1 Node Guarding - Life Guarding.
7) 1 SYNC object.
The following table lists the used communication objects with their pri-
ority level and the Message Identifier; the Resulting COB-ID is obtained
by adding the Node-ID (card address) to the number.
OBJECT PRIORITY MESSAGE ID
1st SDO rx 6 1536
1st SDO tx 6 1408
1st PDO rx 2 512
1st PDO tx 2 384
2nd PDO rx 2 768
2nd PDO tx 2 640
EMERGENCY 1 220
NODE GUARDING not used 1792
SYNC 0 128
Table 1.4.1: Communication Objects
NMT: Network Management.
It is a service element of the
CAN Application Layer in the
CAN Reference Model; it
initializes, configures and
controls the errors of a CAN
network.
CS: Command Specifier; it
defines the NMT service.
COB = Communi cati on
Object (CAN Message). It is
a transport unit inside a CAN
network. The data must be
sent in network inside a COB.
COB-ID = COB-Identifier. It
identifies a COB inside the
network. It also states the
COB priority.
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Node Guarding has no priority because it is a special NMT service; it
has the Message-ID because it is not a Broadcast service.
1.1.5 Object Dictionary Elements
The Object Dictionary is accessible from a master CANopen and from
the keypad configurator.
The following table shows the communication objects used and
accessibility with master CANopen, keypad configurator.
Index (hex) IPA Parameter Name
1000 Device Type
1001 Error Register
1002 Manufacturer status register
1005 COB-ID SYNC Message
1006 40902 Communication cycle period
1008 Manufacterer Device Name
1010 Store parameter
1009 Manufacterer Hardware Version
100A Manufacterer Software Version
100C 40903 Guard Time
100D 40904 Life Time Factor
100F Number of PDOs supported
1014 40905 COB-ID Emergency
1018 Identity object
1400 40910, 40915 1st Receive PDO
1401 40911, 40916 2nd Receive PDO
1402 40912, 40917 3rd Receive PDO
1600 Receive PDO1 mapping parameter
1601 Receive PDO2 mapping parameter
1602 Receive PDO3 mapping parameter
1A00 Transmit PDO1 mapping parameter
1A01 Transmit PDO2 mapping parameter
1A02 Transmit PDO3 mapping parameter
1800 40920, 40925, 40930 1st Transmit PDO
1801 40921, 40926, 40931 2nd Transmit PDO
1802 40922, 40927, 40932 3rd Transmit PDO
Table 1.5.1: Objects used by the CANopen communication profile
The objects shown in bold in the table allow writing of the
parameters assigned with the exchange of data in the PDO.
The allocation criterion is variable, and depends on the size (in
bytes) of the parameter exchanged.
NOTE!
It is possible to save the objects permanently to the drive flash memory:
1) via configurator, only for objects with parameter reference
(e.g.: index 1000 -> IPA 40902)
2) with the SAVE function from CANopen (object index 1010).
1.1.6 Rx PDO Entries
The structure of the PDO Communication Parameter (index 1400h, 1401h)
is:
1) Subindex 0 (Number of supported entries ) = 2
2) The structure of Subindex 1 (COB-ID used by the PDO) is:
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- Bit 31 (valid/invalid PDO) can be set via SDO.
- Bit 30 (RTR Remote Transmission Request) = 0 because this func-
tion is not supported.
- Bit 29 = 0 because the 11-bit ID is used (CAN 2.0A).
- Bits 11-28 are not used.
- Bit 0-10 COB-ID (see table 1.4.1).
3) Cyclic-synchronous Subindex 2 (Transmission Type), or synchro-
nous according to the master performed setting (1 if SYNC has been
foreseen, 254...255 if asynchronous). If not stated, the synchronous
mode is active.
1.1.7 Tx PDO Entries
The structure of the PDO Communication Parameter (index 1800h, 1801h) is:
1) Subindex 0 (Number of supported entries ) = 3
2) The structure of Subindex 1 (COB-ID used by the PDO) is:
- Bit 31 (valid/invalid PDO) can be set via SDO.
- Bit 30 (RTR Remote Transmission Request) = 0 because this func-
tion is not supported.
- Bit 29 = 0 because the 11-bit ID is used (CAN 2.0A).
- Bits 11-28 are not used.
- Bit 0-10 COB-ID (see table 1.4.1).
3) Cyclic-synchronous Subindex 2 (Transmission Type), or synchro-
nous according to the master performed setting (1 if SYNC has been
foreseen, 254...255 if asynchronous). If not stated, the synchronous
mode is active.
4) Inhibit time
1.1.8 SDO Entries
Only the Expedited data transfer mode (max. 4 Bytes) is used.
The structure of the SDO Communication Parameter is:
1) Subindex 0 (Number of supported entries ) = 3 because the device
is a Server of the SDO service.
2) The structure of the Subindex 1 and 2 (COB-ID used by the SDO)
is:
- Bit 31 (valid/invalid SDO); it is equal to 1 because just the Default
SDOs are used.
- Bit 30 reserved = 0.
- Bit 29 = 0 because the 11-bit ID is used (CAN 2.0A).
- Bits 11-28 are not used.
- Bit 0-10 COB-ID (see table 1.4.1).
The element node ID of SDOs client resp. server is not supported
because just the Default SDOs are used.
1.1.9 COB-ID SYNC Entries
The structure of the 32 bits contained in the COB-ID SYNC communi-
cation parameter is:
- Bit 31 = 1 because the CANopen interface card is a consumer of
SYNC messages.
- Bit 30 = 0 because the interface card does not create SYNC mes-
sages.
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- Bit 29 = 0 because the 11-bit ID is used (CAN 2.0A).
- Bits 11-28 are not used.
- Bit 0-10 COB-ID (see table 1.4.1).
1.1.10 COB-ID Emergency
The structure of the 32 bits contained in the COB-ID Emergency Message
communication parameter is:
- Bit 31 = 0 because the CANopen interface card is not a consumer
of Emergency messages.
- Bit 30 = 0 because the interface card creates Emergency messages.
- Bit 29 = 0 because the 11-bit ID is used (CAN 2.0A).
- Bits 11-28 are not used.
- Bit 0-10 COB-ID (see table 1.4.1).
1.2 CANopen Management
The user interface of the CANopen protocol is performed via the drive
parameters. The parameters are controlled via hierarchical menus. All
the writing parameters referring to the field bus are active only after the
drive reset. Here following is a list of drive parameters useful to control
the CANopen protocol.
Fieldbus menu
The CANopen protocol can be enabled by setting the IPA 40000 Field
Bus Type parameter as "Can Open". The other parameters of this menu
are:
IPA Par. Name Type Default valueAttr.
40100 Bus Address 1 byte unsigned 0 Write
40001 Bus Baude Rate 4 bytes unsigned 0 Write
40110 CC Enabling Enum Enabled Write
40111 PDC Enabling Enum Enabled Write
40114 FB Fail Casue 4 bytes unsigned 0 Read only
- Bus Address = address of the node;
- Bus Baude Rate = network baud rate. The baudrate is stated
directly in baud (ex. 125kb = 125000);
- PDC Enabling and CC Enabling = allow the user to enable/disable
the corresponding channels. With the PDC channel it is possible to
exchange up to 8 parameters
The FB Fail Cause parameter defines the error cause. Presently the
following causes are provided:
Cod. Meaning
1 Protocol incorrect
18..24 Configuration error on M2S reception channel
25..31 Configuration error on S2M transmission channel
32 Too many bytes on M2S reception channel
33 Too many bytes on S2M transmission channel
34-35 errored IPA for PLC allocation
36 More than 4 words allocated as Fast250 us on M2S
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37 More than 4 words allocated as Fast250 us on S2M
100 Baud rate not correct
101 Node address not correct
103 Non expedited SDO type not supported
104 SDO length not correct
105 Error on NMT messages
106 NMT code not supported
107 Can line on Bus-off status
108 Impossible to be operational (can never happen)
111 RPDO dimension exceeded
112 TPDO dimension exceeded
1.3 Process Data Channel Control
This function allows to allocate the drive parameters or application vari-
ables to the Process Data Channel data.
As for the CANopen protocol, the PDC is performed via the PDO mes-
sages ((Process data Object).
The CANopen protocol uses a number of words for the Process Data
Channel (abbr. PDC Process Data Channel ), which can always be set.
The fieldbus Process Data Channel configuration is the following:
Data 0 Data... Data n
The drive can both read and write the Process Data Channel data.
A datum can be made both of 2 and 4 bytes. The word "data" refers to
any quantity of bytes included between 0 and 8, if the byte total number
required is not higher than 16.
Example
It is possible to have:
- from 0 to 12 data with 2 bytes
- 1 datum with 4 bytes + from 0 to 10 data with 2 bytes
- 2 data with 4 bytes + from 0 to 8 data with 2 bytes
- 3 data with 4 bytes + from 0 to 6 data with 2 bytes
- 4 data with 4 bytes + from 0 to 4 data with 2 bytes
- 5 data with 4 bytes + from 0 to 2 data with 2 bytes
- 6 data with 4 bytes
The data exchanged via the PDC can be of two types: drive parameters
and variables of an MDPlc application. The use of the MDPlc variables
is described in par. 7.5.3.3
The composition of the PDC input and output data is defined via suitable
parameters as described in the paragraphs 1.3.1 and 1.3.2.
The master writes the data defined as PDC input and reads the data
defined as PDC output.
Input
Output
Drive
PDC
CanOpen
Interface
PDO Rx
PDO Tx
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1.3.1 PDC Input Configuration (FB XXX MS Parameter)
The configuration of the PDC input channel can be performed via 12
menus with the same structure.
IPA Par. Name Typo Default value Attr. Unit
40190 FB Assign M->S 1 Enum Not assign Writing
40200 FB IPA M->S 1 2 bytes unsigned 0 Writing --
40210 FB Format M->S 1 Enum 16 bit int Writing --
40220 FB Exp M->S 1 2 bytes unsigned 16 bit integer Writing
This structure refers to the first input parameter. The structure is repeated
12 times for the 12 possible input parameters. The following parameter
indexes are 40201..40221, 40202..40222 etc.
The FB Assign M->S 1 parameter can be selected as follows:
- Parameter: the PDC corresponding datum is combined to a
parameter identified by FB IPA M->S 1. The parameters are entered
into engineering units and are exchanged in an asynchronous way.
The FB Format M->S 1 parameter sets the parameter writing format.
The format can be different from the parameter original one.
The FB Exp M->S 1 parameter defines the 10th power which the
parameter is multiplied by before being transferred to the drive.
A practical example for the parameter use:
The Els Ratio 0 - IPA 32001, parameter, with a float format is written
by the master. It must be written with an integer format, signed and
three decimal digits. Set the parameters as follows:
40200 FB IPA M->S 1 @ 32001
40210 FB Format M->S 1 @ 16 bit integer
40220 FB Exp M->S 1 @ 3
In this way the master must write:
1000 to set the value 1.000
-1234 to set the value -1.234.
- Direct Access: the PDC corresponding datum is combined to a
parameter identified by FB IPA M->S 1.1.
The parameters are entered into internal counts and are exchanged
in an asynchronous way (one every 8 msec). The writing format
identified by the FB Format M->S 1 parameter (see the table in the
FIELDBUS menu) must coincide with the drive internal format.
As for parameters with a float internal format, it is possible to choose
"32 bit integer" and the conversion into a float format between the
received datum and the internal datum is performed automatically.
- Filling: the corresponding PDC datum is not associated with any
parameter, but a number of bytes is inserted equal to 0 corresponding
to the parameter FB Format M->S 1.
- Fast Access parameter (250 us): the corresponding PDC datum is
associated with a parameter identified by FB IPA M->S 1.
The parameters are emitted in internal counts and exchanged
synchronously (every 250 usec). The write format identified by
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parameter FB Format M->S 1 (see FIELDBUS menu table) must
match that within the drive.
With this data exchange mode, up to 4 words from the 12 available
can be assigned.
Before establishing the Profibus communication between the Master
and the drive, it is necessary to assign the drive parameters to the
Process Channel. These parameters can be activated by resetting the
drive.
1.3.2 PDC Output Configuration (FB XXX SM Parameter)
The output configuration of the PDC channel can be performed via 12
menus with the same structure.
IPA Par. Name Typo Default value Attr. Unit
40290 FB Assign S->M 1 Enum Not assign Writing --
40300 FB IPA S->M 1 2 bytes unsigned 0 Writing --
40310 FB Format S->M 1 Enum 16 bit int Writing --
40320 FB Exp S->M 1 2 bytes unsigned 16 bit integer Writing --
This is the structure for the first output parameter. The structure is re-
peated 12 times for the 12 possible output parameters. The indexes of
the following parameters are 40301..40321, 40302..40322 etc.
The FB Assign S->M 1, FB IPA S->M 1 and FB Format S->M 1 and FB
IPA S->M 1 parameters have the same meaning as those described in
point 1.3.1.
1.3.3 Use of the PDC in MDPlc Applications
It is possible to configure both the PDC input and output data in order to
allow the data direct access via the MDPlc application code.
For more details see the manual Drive programming with MDPlc on
XVy tools cd-rom.
1.4 SDO Management
The SDO service is available only if the 40110 CC Enabling parameter
is ON.
The drive parameters can be accessed via the MSPA Manufacturer
Specific Profile Area (2000hex< index <5FFFhex).
As the drive parameter indexes (IPA) normally exceed the CANopen
MSPA, the XVy drive is supplied with an offset value allowing the access
to the drive parameters.
The index to be shown in the SDO command to access a drive parameter
is obtained via the following rules:
- Offset mode
SDO index = 2000 hex + IPA-OFFSET
The OFFSET value can also be accessed (and modified) via the 5FFF
hex index of the CANopen Object Dictionary. The default value is 1000.
The Subindex field has always to be set with 0, if not, an error message
is displayed.
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- Mode Mod. 100
SDO index = IPA/100 + 2000 hex (if parameters)
SDO index = IPA/100 + 4000 hex (direct access)
SDO subindex = IPA%100 (parameters and direct access)
The Data field must contain the value of the drive parameter.
Example (mod Offset):
Writing the value 1000 in the 23000 (Speed Gain) parameter.
Set, for example, the OFFSET value (5FFF hex index of the CANopen
Object Dictionary) at 18000.
The required information is:
1) The SDO index resulting from the formula is
2000 hex + 23000dec - 18000 dec = 13192 dec (3388 hex)
2) The value to be written is 1000, corresponding to 03E8 hex.
Drive parameter value to
be assigned to SDO
Index Subindex Value
Subindex always 0
Drive parameter index
88 33 00 E8 03 00 00
hex hex hex hex hex hex hex
Example (mod 100):
Value 1000 written to parameter 23001 (Position Gain).
First of all set 40906 (Cus OBJ Idx Mode) to Mod.100
The following information is required:
1) The SDO index is
2000 hex + 23001 dec /100 = 8422 dec (20E6 hex)
2) Sub-index: 23001 Mod. 100 = 1 dec (1 hex)
3) Value to be written 1000, corresponding to 03E8 hex.
In case an error occurs during the parameter reading or setting, the
CANopen interface sends an Abort domain transfer message; the value
of Application-error-codes has the following meanings:
Error class Error code Additional code (hex) Meaning
6 0 0 Parameter doen't exist
8 0 22 Acces failed because of present device state
6 1 2 Read/Write only error
8 0 0 Generic error
6 9 32 Minimum value
6 9 31 Maximum value
5 4 0 SDO time_out
5 4 1 Invalid command
3 9 30 Invalid value
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1.5 Alarms
Fieldbus alarms
The bus failure is signaled via the 26-"Field bus failure" alarm. As for
CANopen, the possible failure causes are:
- "Bus-off" condition of the CAN line;
- th drive has not been enabled in the "Operational" mode;
- the "Life Guarding" threshold has been overcome.
This alarm becomes active only when the drive is enabled.
If ON, the 40115 FB Alarm Watch parameter enables the generation of
the "Field bus failure" alarm also when the drive is disabled.
Drive alarm handling
Considering that the fieldus must function with different firmware appli-
cation systems, the "drive alarm status" is not foreseen.
The "drive alarm status" is not therefore given any special treatment.
The XVy firmware provides a series of parameters capable of detecting
the drive status.
Alarm reset
The alarm reset is one of the drive standard functions, i.e. each
application provides the same parameter for this function. It is therefore
possible to reset the alarms via the configuration channel on the firmware
of all the different drives.The alarm reset can be performed by sending
the value 1 to the parameter 18012.
The XVy firmware provides the "Virtual Digital Input" function, through
which it is possible effect a bit-controlled alarm reset.
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2.0 Modbus
Refer to MODBUS RTU Protocol, chapters 1 and 2 Instruction manual
(SIEI code 1S5E68).
NOTE! Do not use address 0 in the Modbus protocol (Drive Serial Add, IPA
18031) since it is reserved for broadcast command.
Set Serial Prot Type (IPA 18032) as "Modbus".
2.1 Modbus Functions
The following functions are implemented on the drive:
Code Function Description
01 (*) Read coil status This function allows to require the ON or OFF condition of
the Drive discrete parameters (Coil). The broadcast mode is not
allowed.
02 (*) Read input status This function allows to require the ON or OFF condition of
the Drive discrete parameters (input). The broadcast mode is not
allowed.
03 (*) Read holding registers This function allows to require the value of 16-bit (word)
registers containing Drive parameters. The broadcast mode is not
allowed.
06 Preset single register This function allows to set the value of a single 16-bit register.
The broadcast mode is allowed.
16 (*) Preset multiple registers This function allows to set the value of a consecutive block
made of 16-bit registers. The broadcast mode is allowed.
Note: For a detailed function description refer to MODBUS RTU Protocol, chapter 3
Instruction manual
(*) Multiple request cannot be executed. Only one parameter can be accessed at the time.
NOTE! The 16-bit Drive parameter (word or integer type) is referred to as 16-bit
Modbus register; a 32-bit Drive parameter (Dword, long or float type)
covers therefore two Modbus registers.
For the float format, the first word is the most significative part of the 32-
bit data. For the Dword or long format, the first word is the less
significative part of the 32-bit data. Each word is the register. The registers
require two bytes where the first one contains the most significative
section.
2.2 Error Management
Refer to MODBUS RTU Protocol, chapter 4 Instruction manual (SIEI
code 1S5E68).
2.2.1 Exception codes
The protocol implemented on the drive foresees the following exception
codes.
Code Name Meaning
00 ILLEGAL ADDRESS Address is not valid.
01 ILLEGAL FUNCTION The received function code does not correspond to a
function allowed on the addressed slave.
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02 ILLEGAL DATA ADDRESS The address number, which the data field refers to, is
not a register allowed on the addressed slave.
03 ILLEGAL DATA VALUE The value to be allocated, which the data field refers to,
is not allowed for this register.
04 SLAVE FAIL The Slave cannot execute the requested command
05 SLAVE ACK The Slave has accept and is executing the requested command
06 SLAVE BUSY The Slave is busy
07 NAK - NEGATIVE The function can not be performed with the present operating
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT conditions or attempt to write an only-reading parameter.
IMPORTANT! The settings of Serial Baud Rate (IPA 20024) is enabled with the drive
start-up; it is therefore required to store it and to switch the drive off.
2.3 System Configuration
To use the Modbus protocol within the drive, the user must configure the
Serial Prot type (IPA 18032) = [1] Modbus protocol and the address
DriveSerial Add (IPA 18031) which cannot be = 0 (DRIVE CONFIG/
COMM CONFIG menu).
The serial port configuration is managed by the DRIVE CONFIG / Comm
Config menu (parameters: Drive Serial Add (IPA 18031), Serial Baud
Rate (IPA 20024), Serial Line Conf (IPA 20025), Serial Del Time (IPA
20026) and Serial Prot Type (IPA 18032).
In order to communicate with the drive through the GF-eXpress configurator
in Modbus Protocol, it is necessary to set Modbus in the Communication
setup on Target windows.
2.4 Appendix - Register and Coil Modbus Tables
In the drive the register number and parameter index (IPA) are the
same.
2.5 Modbus example
The following functions are implemented :
03 Read Output register :
This function is used to read the parameters . It is possible to read 16-
bits parameters ( word & int ) and 32bit parameters ( dword & float ) .
Only one parameter can be accessed on each request :
16 bit parameters are read by reading the register corresponding to the
IPA, while 32 bits parameters are accessed by reading 2 registers starting
from the one corresponding to the IPA of the drive . It is not possible to
read more than two registers .
Example with int ( word is the same ) :
reading 18710 Heatsink Temp .
The following bytes should be sent through the RS-485 line :
01,03,49,15,00,01,83,92
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With this meaning :
01 is the address of the drive (as in 18031 Drive Serial Add).
Each drive must have a unique address, starting from 1,
because 0 is reserved.
03 is the function number Read Output register
49 , 15 is the register number corresponding to IPA 18710 . This is
0x4915 in hex, MSB first .
Modbus addresses start from 1 , so this is 18710-1 in hex .
00 , 01 is the number of 16 bit registers to read .
83 , 92 is the calculated CRC16 of the message
The drive should answer in a similar way (temperature may be different):
01, 03, 02, 00, 1D, 78, 4D
If the heatsink temperature is 29C.
If the answer looks different or there is no answer at all , see the section
"Errors" below .
Example with dword :
If we want to read the status of the alarms, IPA 24000 Alarm Status ,
this is the message to send :
01, 03, 5D, BF, 00, 02 , E6 , 43
This is the answer of the drive ( no active alarms ) :
01, 03, 04, 00, 00, 00, 00, FA, 33
Dwords are exchanged in this order : LSW MSW . In each word : MSB
, LSB .
Example with float :
Let's try to read 18735 Out Current:
01, 03, 49, 3E, 00, 02, B3 , 9B
This is the answer ( drive is not running ) :
01, 03, 04, 00, 00, 00, 00, FA, 33
If for instance the current is 40:
01, 03, 04, 87, D7, 42, 1F, 13, D7
The binary format of the floating point numbers is beyond the scope of
this document.
06 Preset single register :
This function sets single 16 bit parameter . Please do not use on a 32 bit
parameter .
To set for example 23000 Speed Gain to 100, send the following string
01, 06, 59, D7 , 00, 64 , 2A , 85
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The drive will answer :
01, 06, 59, D7, 00, 64, 2A, 85
If everything is ok .
Please note that this function can be used in broadcast mode (address
0):
00, 06, 59, D7 , 00, 64 ,2B,54
In this case the drive does not answer , but will apply the value anyway
.
16 Preset multiple registers :
This function is used to set parameters . Only one parameter can be set
on each request . It is not possibile to set multiple parameters .
Example with int :
writing to 23000 Speed Gain , value is 100
01, 10, 59, D7 , 00, 01, 2,00,64 ,7C , 99
It is necessary to write the register address , the number of registers (1
for 16 bit parameters ) , the number of data bytes ( 2 for 16 bit parameters)
and then the data .
The drive answers in this way :
01, 10, 59, D7, 00, 01, A3, 6D
Example with dword:
writing to 20162 DIG_IN_NEG
01, 10, 4E, C1 , 00, 02, 4,00,00,00,00,43,90
For 32 bits parameters , number of registers is 2 and number of data
bytes is 4 .
Answer :
01, 10, 4E, C1, 00, 02, 07, 1C
The byte order is the same as in function 03 .
Example with float:
writing to 21200 Speed Ref 1
01, 10, 52, CF , 00, 02, 4,00,00,00,00,5A,DC
Sets speed ref 1 to 0 .
The answer is :
01, 10, 52, CF, 00, 02, 61, 4F
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3.0 DeviceNet Interface (XVy-DN)
This chapter describes the software for connecting of XVy drives to
DeviceNet networks.
It is intended for design engineeres and technicians responsible for the
maintenance, commissioning and operation of DeviceNet systems.
A basic knowledge of DeviceNet is assumed and may be found in the
following manuals:
- DeviceNet Specifications. Volume 1 - DeviceNet Communication
Model and Protocol (Issued by ODVA).
- DeviceNet Specifications. Volume 2 - DeviceNet Device Profiles and
Object Library (Issued by ODVA)
3.1 DeviceNet General Description
DeviceNet is a profile of communication for industrial systems based
on CAN.
As protocol CAN (ISO 11898) is used CAN2.0A with the 11 bit identifier.
TheXVy-DN driver is developed as Slave UCMM Capable Device for
operating only in Predefined Master/Slave Connection Set.
The data transfer is carried out cyclically; the Master unit reads the data
supplied by the Slaves and writes the Slave reference data; the Baud
Rate supported by the SBI card are:
- 125 kbit
- 250 kbit
- 500 kbit .
The physical support is given by the RS485 serial line; a maximum of
64 Slaves can be connected to the Bus.
3.2 Connection
The CAN terminals allows to connect the XVy drive to DeviceNet net-
work. Refer to chapter 4.3.6 of this manual for more details.
3.3 Leds
The DeviceNet connection leds are behind the CAN connector.
Name Colour Function
CAN Green The led is ON when the connection is powered (pin C1, C5)
AL Red DeviceNet connection status see next table
OP Green DeviceNet connection status see next table
Table 3.3.1: AL-OP leds status codification
OP AL Meaning
ON ON Card power-up
BLINK BLINK Self test and Duplicate MAC-ID check is running
BLINK OFF Master configuration and/or I/O Polling wait not active
ON OFF I/O Polling active, operative status
OFF BLINK Minor fault (DUP MAC-ID fail, bus-off, bus-loss)
OFF ON Major fault (configuration error, internal error)
OFF OFF DeviceNet not configurated
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3.4 Interface
For the connection to the Bus please use a shielded twisted cable
recommended by DeviceNet specification.
The connection among the single cards is accomplished by a shielded
cable as shown in the following figure:
XVy
PE
Shield
XVy XVy
3.5 DeviceNet Function
In this chapter are described the functions of DeviceNet managed by
the driver. The main characteristics of the card are:
1. XVy-DN operates only as Slave in Predifined Master/Slave Con-
nection Set.
2. Within the Predefined Master/Slave Connection Set the driver is a
UCMM Capable Device.
3. The Explicit Messaging is managed.
4. The Polling for the fast cyclical data exchange Master/Slave is
managed.
5. The detection mechanism of the Duplicate MAC ID is implemented.
Regarding the Explicit Messaging the fragmentation of the data frame,
with a total of max. 32 byte, is managed.
Connection sizes
CONNECTION INSTANCE PRODUCED CONSUMED
Polled I/O Depending on frame setting
Explicit messaging 32 32
3.6 Object description
Hereafter you find the description of the objects managed by the XVy-
DN driver.
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3.6.1 Object Model
The following figure shows the XVy-DN Object Model.
Application Objects
Drive memory
access
Drive par
Message
Router
DeviceNet
IDENTITY
Explicit I/O
Connection
The following table shows:
1. The object classes of XVy-DN driver.
2. If the class is mandatory.
3. The number of instances included in every class.
See DeviceNet Specifications for the Standard classes.
Object Optional/Required # of Instances
Identity Required 1
Message Router Required 1
DeviceNet Required 1
Connection Required 1 I/O, 3 Explicit
Parameter Optional many
Drive Parameter Access Optional many
Drive memory Access Optional many
3.6.2 How Objects Affect Behavior
The Affect Behaviour of the objects is reported in the following table:
Object Effect on Behavior
Identity Supports Reset Service
Message Router No effect
DeviceNet Port attributes configuration
Connection Contains the number of logical ports
Parameter Drive parameters read/write
Drive Parameter Access Drive parameters read/write
Drive Memory Access Drive parameters read/write
3.6.3 Defining Object Interface
The object interface of the XVy-DN driver is the following:
Object Interface
Identity Message router
Message Router Explicit Messaging Connection Instance
DeviceNet Message router
Connection Message router
Parameter Message router
Drive Parameter Access Message router
Drive memory Access Message router
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3.7 Data transfert via Explicit Messaging
The data transfer via Explicit Messaging is made through two new ob-
jects: one for accessing the Drive parameters, the other to direct access
the drive memory.
3.7.1 Drive Parameter Access
For read/write of Drive parameters, the Drive Parameter Access object
is defined with the following properties:
- Class ID: Fh.
- Class Attribute: Revision
- Instance Attribute: This instance does not have attributes.
3.7.1.1 Class Code
Class code: F hex
3.7.1.2 Class attributes
Number
Need in
implementation
Access Rule Name
DeviceNet
Data Type
Description
of Attribute
Semantics of
values
1 Optional Get Revision UINT
Revision of
this object
dn345
3.7.1.3 Instance Attributes
Number
Need in
implementation
Access Rule Name
DeviceNet
Data Type
Description
of Attribute
Semantics of
values
dn350
This instance does not provide attributes
3.7.1.4 Common Services
This object has no common services.
3.7.1.5 Object Specific Services
Class Instance
0
hex
n/a Required Get_Attribute_Single Read drive parameter value
10
hex
n/a Required Set_Attribute_Single Writes drive parameter value
dn356
Service Code
Need in
implementation Service Name Description of Service
3.7.1.6 Behavior
This object is the interface between the DeviceNet and all drive
parameters.
The Drive parameter is accessed via the parameter index itself.
For example, reading a parameter (IPA 24000:
- Run a Get_Attribute_Single from class Fh,
- instance = 24000 (5DC0 hex)
- class 1 attribute
- the drive responds with 4 bytes (Dword format).
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For example, writing a parameter (IPA 23000):
- Run a Set_Attribute_Single from class Fh,
- instance = 23000 (53D8 hex)
- class 1 attribute
- to set value 20, select Word 2 byte (parameter format is INT, 16 bit)
- the drive does not respond if there is an error (timeout).
Low byte - Low word drive parameter drive
High byte - Low word drive parameter drive
Low byte - High word drive parameter drive
High byte - High word drive parameter drive
dn357
byte VALUE XX
The number of bytes in the Value field depends on the length of drive
parameter;
Example:
if the type of drive parameter is Integer the length of VALUE is 2 bytes.
3.7.2 Drive Parameter Access
For read/write of Drive parameters, the Drive Parameter Access object
is defined with the following properties:
- Class ID: 66h.
- Class Attribute: Revision
- Instance Attribute: This instance does not have attributes.
3.7.2.1 Class Code
Class code: 66 hex
3.7.2.2 Class attributes
Number
Need in
implementation
Access Rule Name
DeviceNet
Data Type
Description
of Attribute
Semantics of
values
1 Optional Get Revision UINT
Revision of
this object
dn345
3.7.2.3 Instance Attributes
Number
Need in
implementation
Access Rule Name
DeviceNet
Data Type
Description
of Attribute
Semantics of
values
dn350
This instance does not provide attributes
3.7.2.4 Common Services
This object has no common services.
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3.7.2.5 Object Specific Services
Class Instance
32
hex
n/a Required Get_Drive_Value Read drive parameter value
33
hex
n/a Required Set_Drive_Value Writes drive parameter value
34
hex
n/a Required Get_Typed_Drive_Valu
e
Read drive parameter value
indicating the data type
35
hex
n/a Required Set_Typed_Drive_Value Writes drive parameter value
indicating the data type
dn355
Service
Code
Need in
implementation Service Name Description of Service
3.7.2.6 Behavior
This object is the interface between the DeviceNet network and all Drive
parameters. The access to the Drive parameter is carried out by the
parameter index; if the parameter does not exist or may not be accessed
for any reason (for example: try to write a read only parameter) an error
code will be returned. Drive parameters in text format cannot be
accessed.
In the following are repeted patterns of how the data frame of data has
to be composed for reading/writing Drive parameters.
A) Write Drive Parameter
In this example the writing of a Drive parameter is shown; the cases of
positive or wrong writing are distinguished.
A-1) Write Drive Parameter Request
The data frame for writing a drive parameter is composed as follows:
DATA TYPE FIELD VALUE MEANING
Byte Service Code 33hex Set Drive Parameter - Object Specific Service
Class ID 66hex Drive Parameter Access Class Object
Instance ID XXXX Drive Parameter Index in format Low byte-High byte
XX Low byte-Low word drive parameter value
XX High byte-Low word drive parameter value
XX Low byte-High word drive parameter value
XX High byte-High word drive parameter value
dn360
See Note
1)
Byte
2)
VALUE
1) Byte or Word depending on the type of allocation executed by the Master.
2) The number of bytes of the Value-field depends on the length of the Drive parameter;
i.e.: if the Drive parameter type is Integer the length of VALUE is 2 bytes.
A-2) Write drive parameter - Reply OK
If the Drive parameter is written correctly, the response is:
DATA TYPE FIELD VALUE MEANING
Byte Service Code 33hex OR 80hex
Set Drive Parameter Reply code- Object Specific
Service.
Word Result 0000
Result field equal to zero means writing correctly
executed.
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A-3) Write drive parameter - Reply Error
If the writing of the drive parameter has been rejected, the response is
SIEIDrive - XVy-EV Users Guide Appendix